A quarter of households with children in West London are living in overcrowded conditions.
Across the area, 25.1% of households with children are living in homes with not enough bedrooms, more than double the England and Wales rate of 10.7%. One in three families with children in Brent (32.4%) and Westminster (29.9%) are living in overcrowded conditions.
In Ealing, 26.2%, Hammersmith and Fulham, 25.5%, and Hounslow, 24.7%, it is one in four and in Kensington and Chelsea, 22.2%, Harrow, 19.7% and Hillingdon, 19.4%, it is one in five.
The figures are taken from the 2011 Census. Overcrowding is defined as having at least one fewer bedrooms than needed. Each adult in a household should have their own bedroom, unless they are a part of a couple. Children can share rooms, up to 18 if they are the same gender or up to 10 for different genders.