If Valentine's Day has been a stark reminder of your single life, you can improve your chances of finding a partner depending on where you live.
Latest population figures show the biggest imbalances between the male and female population, with the H&F borough topping the list as the most in favour for young, straight men in west London.
According to the 2014 figures, 21,011 young men and 22, 297 young women live in Hammersmith.
But if this isn't appealing for women searching for a man, odds are better in Westminster, where there are 2,562 more males living in the city district.
Salina Harker from DDTM Dating Agency in Marylebone said although it seems trivial to base the chance of a relationship on a location, it can have an impact on whether people find a partner.
"There's more chance of going on dates, meeting more potential partners and in a city like London where people are too busy to actively address their want for a partner, every little helps," she said.
If you're still looking for your dream other half, make sure to take a look at London's speed dating events or if Valentine's Day is not for you, here's what else is happening across the city this weekend.
Where are the best places to find a partner if you're single?
|Local Authority||More women or men?||Men aged 18-30||Women aged 18-30||Difference|
|Hammersmith and Fulham||Women||21011||22297||1286|
|Kensington and Chelsea||Women||14399||14584||185|