A new study has revealed the most popular places to live in the UK for each stage of life, and determined the most popular cities for over 55s.
These are the top 10 cities in the UK for over 55s to live in, according to retirement property specialists, Audley Villages.
Coming in first is Glasgow - with an average cost of living working out at £583.07, 1,896 restaurants and 12.27 crimes per 1,000 people, Glasgow was given an overall score of 6.7 Photo: Shutterstock
Next is Sheffield - with an average cost of living working out at £570.99, 1,161 restaurants and 8.94 crimes per 1,000 people, Sheffield was awarded an overall score of 6.4 Photo: Shutterstock
Edinburgh’s average cost of living worked out at £643.13, 1,816 restaurants and 9.9 crimes per 1,000 people, which bagged the city an overall score of 6.2 Photo: Shutterstock
Belfast has an average cost of living of £543.23, 840 restaurants and 12.18 crimes per 1,000 people, giving Belfast an overall score of 6.2 Photo: Shutterstock