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Breakdown of deaths linked to pollution in London

Public Health England released the findings today. Photo: PA Wire

After it was revealed 3,389 deaths of people over the age of 25 in 2010 were linked to pollution, Public Health England have released figures showing the figures for each London authority.

Barnet has the highest proportion of deaths linked to poor air quality with 162, while 161 deaths were attributed to pollution in Bromley.

The full breakdown of the results is below:

Inner London

  • Camden: 87
  • Hackney and City of London: 86
  • Hammersmith and Fulham: 72
  • Haringey: 81
  • Islington: 84
  • Kensington and Chelsea: 68
  • Lambeth: 112
  • Lewisham: 116
  • Newham: 98
  • Southwark: 113
  • Tower Hamlets: 85
  • Wandsworth: 116
  • Westminster: 88

Outer London

  • Barking and Dagenham: 93
  • Barnet: 162
  • Bexley: 122
  • Brent: 111
  • Bromley: 161
  • Croydon: 155
  • Ealing: 137
  • Enfield: 133
  • Greenwich: 119
  • Harrow: 90
  • Havering: 137
  • Hillingdon: 118
  • Hounslow: 99
  • Kingston upon Thames: 68
  • Merton: 82
  • Redbridge: 123
  • Richmond Upon Thames: 77
  • Sutton: 92
  • Waltham Forest: 103