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Evening Standard highlights Pinner High St very healthy

Evening Standard highlights Pinner High St Very Healthy
In their Thursday edition the Evening Standard reported that "The RSPH ranked 146 of London’s high streets based on their impact on the public’s health and wellbeing. Healthiest: 
1 Muswell Hill, Haringey
2 Hornchurch, Havering
3 Pinner, Harrow
4 St John’s Wood, City of Westminster
5 Temple Fortune, Barnet
6 Hampstead, Camden
7 Kingsbury, Brent/Harrow
8 Whetstone, Barnet
9 Teddington, Richmond upon Thames
10 Beckenham, Bromley
For the first time, it included empty shops as a measure of a negative influence on health, recognising the impact of the declining fortunes of traditional retailers. Off-licences were also counted for the first time — while the presence of cafes and vaping shops were seen as a benefit. 
The findings showed how long-established affluent areas, such St John’s Wood, Pinner and Hampstead, had “built-in” health benefits on their high streets."

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