Farnsworth: At this rate, we'll keep getting younger until we suffer a fate worse than death: pre-life! Then death.
Another London map from Savills. This one, courtesy of The FT, shows that the capital's Great Inversion has caused the average age of Lewisham residents to fall significantly over the last 30 years.
A younger population means growing demand for things like education, vocational training, maternity services and night-life and declining demand for things like care services, so this change has profound implications for Lewisham Council's long-term priorities.