Aylesbury was named among the worst places to live in England last year but voting for the new list has just opened.

The town was ranked in 18th place in the latest ILiveHere.com poll.

It was voted below Reading, Slough and Didcot in terms of the best places to live in England.

According to the list for 2021, the worst place to live in England is Peterborough which was closely followed by Huddersfield and Liverpool.

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A spokesman from ILiveHere.com said: “Every year we run a poll throughout November and December to find the worst place to live in England.

“A staggering 125,681 visitors voted for 2021, smashing our previous year’s record.”

This year, Aylesbury's fate is in your hands and your vote could make all the difference.

Vote for the worst place to live in England 2022 

It couldn't be easier to vote for the worst places to live in England. 

"As the nights draw in our thoughts turn to… ‘which town will be the cherry on top of the sh*t cake next year?" I Live Here wrote on its website.

Below the announcement, you will find a list of English towns that you can pick between.

All you need to do is click on the town you want to vote for and if your town isn't on the list, you can simply add it.

If you want to keep Aylesbury off the list, don't vote for it in this year's rankings. 

Cast your vote via the I Live Here website now.

The top 10 worst places to live in England in 2021

  1. Peterborough 
  2. Huddersfield
  3. Liverpool
  4. Bradford 
  5. Hull
  6. Wakefield
  7. Luton
  8. Jaywick
  9. Torquay
  10. Halifax

See where your town ranked in the 2021 list via ILiveHere.com.