What does your neighbourhood say about you? And who do you live around? Now you can find out using our interactive gadget.
Using government data, the new tool outlines what sort of people live in each west London postcode.
It also reveals how well you fit into your area, showing how likely they are to married, healthy, young, mainly migrated from other countries or employed.
As a west Londoner, you can also discover how many cars you are most likely to have.
Depending on where you live, you could be mostly rubbing shoulders with students, young professionals or pensioners, hard-pressed families or wealthy suburbanites with grown-up children.
The Census data showed more than a third of neighbourhoods in Westminster (34.6%) and Kensington and Chelsea (34.2%) are made up of Highly-Qualified Quaternary Workers, where 'quaternary' refers loosely to 'intellectual' activities.Hammersmith and Fulham (21.3%) and Kensington and Chelsea (20.1%) are made up of EU White Collar Workers, some of the highest proportions in the UK.
Harrow is one of the places most likely to have areas defined as Achieving Minorities, with 13.6% of areas described this way, with the areas 14 times more likely to be defined as such compared to the national average of 1%. In Hillingdon, it is one in 10 areas.
While most of the local authorities in West London would find their most similar council area also in London, the people of Hillingdon would need to look a little further afield.
Based on analysis of the demographics in both areas, such as age, education, employment, the most similar council to Hillingdon is Luton.
The data comes from the Office for National Statistics which has studied the Census putting people in neighbourhoods into 76 groupings based on things like employment, age, ethnicity, education and type of property.