League Table

This league table ranks highway authorities according to hazards reported through FillThatHole.org.uk, and shows which authorities are best at fixing their road defects and reporting back to us.

We encourage highway authorities and hazard reporters to let us know when a road defect has been fixed. They can do this by replying to the emails we send them, using the contact form, or registering for an account and requesting to be associated with their authority.

Rank
(Fixed %)
AuthorityTotal ReportsOpen ReportsFixed ReportsFixed %sort icon
1Islington10000837100%
2Durham5110405100%
3Darlington1850138100%
4Redcar and Cleveland1350106100%
5South Tyneside123091100%
6Stockton-on-Tees111079100%
7Middlesbrough70054100%
8Hartlepool45039100%
9Cheshire West and Chester13034975100%
10Northumberland1155788399%
11Hammersmith and Fulham366336399%
12Tameside207218199%
13Gateshead219216499%
14Newcastle556639499%
15Sunderland338524298%
16Bolton420831998%
17North Tyneside4161126896%
18Kensington and Chelsea149910392%
19Bedford3212316988%
20York1355163118988%
21Norwich4186130783%
22Bristol1514233109882%
23Telford and Wrekin204217779%
24Derby2645519078%
25Reading3957424277%
26Shetland41375%
27Bromley111025861170%
28Sutton129377567%
29Wokingham48615029566%
30Havering2487413364%
31Slough113386162%
32Stoke-on-Trent39114522761%
33Redbridge106375158%
34Lewisham48319726457%
35Waltham Forest201839854%
36Clackmannanshire61293252%
37Newham22810711752%
38Tower Hamlets57324825751%
39zz Unknown61150%
40East Dunbartonshire54627526949%
41Plymouth63030228549%
42Central Bedfordshire64833330348%
43West Lothian128645647%
44Bath and North East Somerset73939632845%
45Aberdeenshire2191219444%
46Hounslow82643632743%
47Comhairle nan Eilean Siar148643%
48Brent62735726242%
49Warrington76844131241%
50Oldham44725417841%
51Wolverhampton120714941%
52Stirling32719413341%
53Luton95462939%
54Swansea2761739836%
55Bedfordshire1901216836%
56Caerphilly103663736%
57Halton113713935%
58Coventry61339521135%
59Rutland35211134%
60Shropshire58638218533%
61Salford2481567532%
62East Lothian3052049532%
63Windsor and Maidenhead33022110031%
64City of London1851225431%
65Cumbria2184150865230%
66Vale of Glamorgan2491747430%
67Oxfordshire3358233798630%
68Medway141953929%
69Renfrewshire1637116347329%
70Bracknell Forest93652629%
71Isle of Anglesey36251029%
72East Renfrewshire1711214828%
73Poole86622428%
74West Sussex2930210579727%
75Scottish Borders1591144327%
76Newport77552027%
77Worcestershire134797735427%
78Transport Wales2317626%
79Cheshire East3174229579526%
80Suffolk1561114739726%
81Moray95692325%
82Ealing3432538425%
83North Yorkshire1935144446624%
84Blackburn1381033324%
85Powys121892824%
86Brighton and Hove2311635124%
87Trafford61643213524%
88South Lanarkshire63748415024%
89Lancashire3495266180923%
90Falkirk1831394223%
91Dundee2591995923%
92Essex3879298388123%
93Portsmouth68511523%
94Rotherham2632025923%
95Kirklees81362118123%
96Croydon127197628423%
97Peterborough85621823%
98Stockport75857616722%
99Cambridgeshire1896145741822%
100Derbyshire1293100228422%
101Gwynedd1451133222%
102Liverpool100176921722%
103Manchester1556120933722%
104Angus127992721%
105Enfield1791373621%
106Cornwall53441710921%
107North East Lincolnshire1271002621%
108Bexley1381042721%
109Hampshire4305339986320%
110Highland3032365920%
111Merthyr Tydfil3024620%
112Harrow2101614020%
113Richmond upon Thames53941710320%
114Glasgow3106248261020%
115West Berkshire59847711720%
116Wiltshire1652131832120%
117Canal and Rivers Trust / Scottish Canals82621519%
118Gloucestershire2309184444519%
119Hillingdon3953197419%
120Haringey69055712919%
121Wandsworth1321107224719%
122Rochdale1581272919%
123Staffordshire1855150833918%
124Sheffield110189620118%
125Somerset80264014318%
126Sefton2582114718%
127Torfaen2218418%
128Dorset5184259318%
129Camden71057712618%
130Barnet80466014418%
131Knowsley2952425218%
132North Lanarkshire1661352817%
133Greenwich1701412917%
134Swindon1961633317%
135Northern Ireland Roads Service4753827717%
136Northamptonshire1485117523617%
137Conwy1211002017%
138Network Rail80651317%
139Warwickshire1219101120217%
140Merton3442865717%
141Nottinghamshire102083916717%
142South Gloucestershire104586617116%
143Southend-on-Sea1461222416%
144Norfolk1656137827116%
145Fife4964177816%
146Milton Keynes3963336216%
147South Ayrshire1861572916%
148Bournemouth2021683116%
149Lambeth110292416915%
150Wrexham2922474515%
151East Ayrshire2792374215%
152Bradford3182604615%
153Edinburgh1856157427515%
154Surrey79186719116415%
155Hertfordshire3679311953715%
156Thurrock81641115%
157Ceredigion4135615%
158Dudley2141823115%
159Devon2695228838714%
160Bridgend86711214%
161Leicester3512965014%
162North Lincolnshire104891514%
163Neath Port Talbot1531312214%
164Doncaster1621372314%
165Argyll and Bute1341151914%
166Torbay112911514%
167North Ayrshire99801314%
168Aberdeen4083515714%
169Cardiff95781513114%
170Nottingham3753155014%
171Leicestershire94580512614%
172Calderdale1881602514%
173Wigan1581312013%
174Herefordshire6875928813%
175North Somerset94682212113%
176Hackney4313635313%
177Leeds1792156622413%
178Walsall3012603712%
179Monmouthshire84711012%
180Buckinghamshire2835247734612%
181Birmingham1521132218212%
182Westminster84873010012%
183St Helens1541341812%
184Flintshire102901212%
185Rhondda Cynon Taff7868912%
186Southwark7026148112%
187Solihull4634075312%
188Transport for London1971172222311%
189Highways England93080310211%
190Lincolnshire1708151019011%
191Kingston-upon-Thames5174555611%
192Southampton5955266411%
193East Sussex106794811311%
194Kent3563318736710%
195Perth and Kinross2252002310%
196Barnsley2462212510%
197Sandwell103901010%
198East Riding of Yorkshire4474004210%
199Wakefield285244259%
200Blackpool121108119%
201Midlothian184165169%
202Bury322292289%
203Barking and Dagenham938589%
204Wirral327299278%
205Inverclyde989088%
206Kingston-upon-Hull164151138%
207Pembrokeshire524848%
208Isle of Wight398368308%
209Carmarthenshire555147%
210Denbighshire334307247%
211Transport Scotland273255166%
212Dumfries and Galloway10971032646%
213West Dunbartonshire11310933%
214Blaenau Gwent202000%

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