01:02AM, Monday 23 December 2013
An annual survey has named the Royal Borough among the best places to live in the country for quality of life.
The survey takes into account a number of factors, including health and life expectancy, crime rates, weather, employment, school results, broadband access and personal wellbeing.
The borough also appeared on last year's list in 13th place.
This year's survey also featured appearances by the Wokingham borough (in 8th) and South Buckinghamshire (28th).
Hart, in Hampshire, came out on top.
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