The average Brit typically rates their neighbours as seven out of 10, with 40 per cent feeling ‘lucky’ to live next door to such people.
Mr Davis accused the council of choosing a "confrontational approach" which he claimed went against the climate emergency the authority has declared.
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The study also found almost half of adults admitted they take a long time to do seemingly simple DIY tasks – with changing a lightbulb typically taking 33 minutes and the job of putting up shelves lasting 82 minutes.
While huge swathes of homeowners have enjoyed getting stuck into home renovation projects this past year, 28 per cent of the nation’s estimated 11million renters feel they have been missing out.
Brits working from home are preparing to make the most of their outdoor spaces while they work.
As well as the most desirable garden features, the nation has also had its say on what should be shoved in the shed and never seen again.
How much would it go for?
London might be one of the best places to live in the UK, but it certainly is not one of the cheapest. Living in the capital city has its charms, but they come at a high price. However, not all areas in London are expensive when it comes to accommodation.