Pollution is measured by the Environment Department on a scale of 1 - 10, with 10 being the highest levels of pollution:
- North Kensington (10/10)
- Haringey (10/10)
- Bloomsbury (9/10)
- Marylebone Road (9/10)
- Camden (8/10)
- Harlington (8/10)
- Teddington Bushy Park (8/10)
- A2 Old Kent Road, Southwark (7/10)
- Bexley (7/10)
- Thurrock (4/10)
You can see the latest map detailing London's pollution hotspots by clicking here.
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