North Kensington children are poorer, fatter and more likely to suffer accidents than youngsters in the south of the Royal Borough.
A report, shown to a council overview and scrutiny committee on health, paints a picture of inequality for the life of residents in Kensington and Chelsea.
Among the most shocking facts are that:
* Two thirds of children in Golborne live in overcrowded conditions
* 18 per cent of deprived children are obese, compared to eight per cent of the richest children
* In the four most northerly wards in K&C, obesity is 50 per cent higher than the rest of the borough
* One in 18 people in Golborne ward claim allowance for mental health problems or incapacity benefit
* People in North Kensington are four times more likely to die before 75 than the rest of the borough
The report adds that binge drinking is most common in South Kensington - where younger people live.
Instances of HIV in the borough have increased by four per cent in the last year, and are expected to rise due to new infections and rising life expectancy.
Equally, breast screening rates for the borough were the sixth latest in the country and the second lowest cervical screening coverage rate in the country. Children in North Kensington are also 40 to 50 per cent more likely to go to hospital after accidents or injuries than in the south.
The information also carries the message that: "The health gap is probably widening, due to affluent parts of the borough improving much faster than the London average."
The report will be used by the council and Kensington and Chelsea NHS as a 'framework' for investment into health and social care.
Director of environmental health Paul Morse wrote: "It will ensure the community receives relevant, responsive and well-coordinated services commissioned to address the areas of greatest need both now and in the future.
"It should assist in reducing inequalities."