News Shopper makes a story of explaining an interactive map from the Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC) which plots how ‘healthy’ different areas and streets of London are.
The article goes on to list Brockley, New Cross and Catford as the worst local areas under this scoring system, though perhaps unsurprisingly most of London is coloured red on this scale - dominated by air quality.
The map also features a slider that allows viewing of each of the scoring factors individually e.g. access to GPs, hospitals, gambling, food hubs and off-licences. It can be seen for example that East of the tracks had poorer access to GPs for example.
To check your own street or area, the map is here: