MAPPED: The most dangerous residential streets in the UK - is YOURS on the list?

Anti-social behaviour was a big problem in Buchanan Drive in Sheffield, with 93 per cent of recorded crimes under this bracket.

And shop-owners on Warden street in Bristol might want to be careful, as 70.9 per cent of crimes reported there were shoplifting offences. If you want to see the full results of the study.
The data about crime on Britain’s residential streets comes as it was revealed those with THIS in their home are less likely to be able to sell their property.

If you’re thinking about selling your home, it’s important to think about which of your property’s features might be considered attractive or not.Delving into information provided by the police, they found that shoplifting and anti-social behaviour were the most reported crime on Taplin Drive in Manchester.

Heathcroft Rise in Leeds reported drug offences the most - over half of the crimes here were drug related, followed by violence and sexual offences, which made up nearly a quarter of reported incidents.

Chevy road in London had 75 per cent of reported crimes as violence and sexual offences - every other crime on the list only made up a tiny percentage.

Bach Hall Court in Chester also had this listed as the most reported crime, at 53.1 per cent.With 244 crimes reported in the six month period the data was compiled, the street that was named the worst for crime was Chevy Rd in the London borough of Ealing.

Next was Leeds - and Heathcroft Rise suffered 161 crimes, significantly less than the London address. Close behind this was Taplin Drive in Manchester, with 158 reports of crime. The data was compiled by Hopewiser, the UK address experts.