The Bank of Scotland’s 2019 Quality of Life Survey gave the prize to the Derbyshire Dales. A total of six out of Derbyshire's eight local authorities made it into the top 250 nationally. Where does your region rank?
The Dales topped the list for Derbyshire and came in 10th out of the UK as a whole. It has the second highest person to pub ratio out of any local authority in Britain (27 per 10,000 adults). Pictured: Monsal Dale.
South Derbyshire was the only other local authority area in Derbyshire to make it into the top 100 - coming in at 81. Pictured: Calke Abbey.
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Amber Valley was named third most desirable place to live in Derbyshire. Pictured: Belper River Gardens.
North East Derbyshire was fourth in the Derbyshire rankings. Pictured: Kenning Park, Clay Cross.
Erewash came fifth in the study. Pictured: Victoria Park, Ilkeston,
Bolsover was found to have low earnings but the second best life satisfaction in the UK. Pictured: Bolsover Castle.
Chesterfield ranked outside the top 250. However, life satisfaction levels were second highest in Derbyshire.
Also failing to get in the top 250 local authorities, anxiety and life satisfaction levels in High Peak were the lowest in Derbyshire. Pictured: Eccles Pike.