Westminster might be one of the easiest places to buy booze in the country, with more licensed premises per head than almost anywhere else in England and Wales.
The latest figures from the Home Office have revealed that there are currently 3,366 pubs, supermarkets, off-licences and other places licensed to sell alcohol in the London borough.
That means there’s one licensed premises for every 59 people of drinking age living in the area - the second highest rate in the country, and nearly five times as high as the national average.
Only Tower Hamlets had more places to buy alcohol per person, with 999 in the borough - one for every 54 residents aged 18 and over.
Across England and Wales, there are 164,325 licensed premises, or one for every 277 drinking-age people living in the two countries.
Meanwhile, both Kensington and Chelsea and Hammersmith and Fulham also have higher than average rates of places where you can buy booze.
In Kensington and Chelsea there are 977 licensed premises, or one for every 132 people, while in Hammersmith and Fulham there are 804 - one for every 181 residents.
Nationally, there are now more places licensed to sell alcohol than ever before, and in the last five years the number has risen by 10 per cent from 148,985 in 2012 to 164,325 this year.
Similarly, the number of licensed premises across west London has risen a fair amount over the last five years, increasing from around 8,000 in 2012 to more than 8,600 in 2017.
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