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
1Islington9820822100%
2Newcastle5350384100%
3North Tyneside3970262100%
4Sunderland3240233100%
5Tameside1970175100%
6Redcar and Cleveland1300101100%
7Stockton-on-Tees109078100%
8Middlesbrough68052100%
9Hartlepool45039100%
10Bolton390229799%
11Durham500339199%
12Darlington175112499%
13Northumberland1111884899%
14Gateshead210215699%
15Cheshire West and Chester12092188998%
16South Tyneside9426397%
17Bedford310816895%
18Kensington and Chelsea147810293%
19York1328139118389%
20Norwich3963730789%
21Redbridge7374887%
22Bristol1458178109286%
23Telford and Wrekin202187781%
24Derby2514418881%
25Reading3805924280%
26Shetland41375%
27Bromley108623660872%
28Sutton126347569%
29Wokingham46213628868%
30Havering2436913366%
31Slough111366163%
32Stoke-on-Trent37613422062%
33Newham2078711657%
34Clackmannanshire59273254%
35Waltham Forest195839353%
36Plymouth58425628453%
37Tower Hamlets56424025652%
38Central Bedfordshire59428129751%
39Luton72262751%
40zz Unknown61150%
41East Dunbartonshire52926426150%
42Bath and North East Somerset67333432549%
43West Lothian119575549%
44Brent56829825946%
45Comhairle nan Eilean Siar137646%
46Aberdeenshire2141179344%
47Stirling28716012744%
48Hounslow81442332644%
49Oldham44024617842%
50Rutland31171139%
51Swansea2661639838%
52Wolverhampton118744437%
53Halton110663937%
54Bedfordshire1901216836%
55Coventry60038420935%
56Warrington76148426035%
57Caerphilly101643435%
58Salford2411487534%
59Shropshire55935817733%
60Windsor and Maidenhead3242129932%
61City of London1791165432%
62Vale of Glamorgan2341597432%
63Renfrewshire1514103947131%
64Oxfordshire3226219898131%
65East Renfrewshire1481014531%
66Cumbria2005136359830%
67Medway135893930%
68Isle of Anglesey35241029%
69Bracknell Forest84582429%
70Poole83592328%
71West Sussex2813199477328%
72Transport Wales2013528%
73East Lothian2361676428%
74Cheshire East2947205878128%
75Scottish Borders1461043927%
76Worcestershire132495135427%
77Suffolk1460104838527%
78Newport77552027%
79Moray93662326%
80Trafford59040413425%
81Lancashire3231240278825%
82South Lanarkshire60745314825%
83Gwynedd126953125%
84Ealing3382508124%
85Blackburn1381023324%
86North Yorkshire1856138244724%
87Portsmouth65471524%
88Brighton and Hove2291605124%
89Falkirk1791354224%
90Manchester1445108733323%
91Peterborough83591823%
92Essex3788289486723%
93Liverpool95572321523%
94Dundee2571965823%
95Kirklees78960017723%
96Croydon125596028323%
97Stockport73455916323%
98Powys115862523%
99Cambridgeshire1839139640522%
100Derbyshire121893727122%
101Angus122942722%
102Merthyr Tydfil2721622%
103Torfaen1814422%
104Bexley128942622%
105Highland2852145922%
106Rotherham2531975422%
107Enfield1781363621%
108Hampshire4046315583221%
109Canal and Rivers Trust / Scottish Canals77571521%
110Cornwall52340910621%
111Harrow2081564020%
112Wiltshire1563123031420%
113West Berkshire58145911620%
114Richmond upon Thames52940710220%
115Gloucestershire2195173343120%
116Glasgow3036242159820%
117Hillingdon3763017420%
118Haringey67053412719%
119Rochdale1491192819%
120Wandsworth1303105324719%
121Somerset76159413919%
122Sheffield107787020119%
123Barnet74760714019%
124Staffordshire1738140031718%
125East Ayrshire2311864218%
126Greenwich1581292918%
127Dorset5004089118%
128Sefton2552074618%
129Camden69756412418%
130North East Lincolnshire118962118%
131Knowsley2942405218%
132Warwickshire113391819718%
133Bournemouth1781423017%
134Northern Ireland Roads Service4553627617%
135South Gloucestershire99381017017%
136Norfolk1573129526817%
137Argyll and Bute112931917%
138Fife4463697517%
139Network Rail79641317%
140Conwy117941917%
141North Lanarkshire1641342717%
142Nottinghamshire97078915817%
143Merton3322755517%
144Southend-on-Sea1411182316%
145Swindon1901553016%
146Ceredigion3731616%
147Northamptonshire1410111321516%
148Milton Keynes3793176116%
149Wrexham2832384516%
150Lambeth107189216816%
151Devon2478206038516%
152Bradford3082474616%
153Surrey74746234114716%
154Edinburgh1774149127215%
155Neath Port Talbot1471212215%
156Bridgend81661215%
157South Ayrshire1781492715%
158Dudley2041723115%
159Hertfordshire3520294852815%
160North Ayrshire92731315%
161Thurrock80621115%
162Cardiff89575013115%
163Leicester3402854915%
164Doncaster1601342315%
165Aberdeen3893325614%
166Nottingham3602974914%
167Herefordshire6455398814%
168Leicestershire89475912214%
169Wigan1531252014%
170Calderdale1731452314%
171Southampton4974196413%
172Hackney4193515313%
173Lewisham4753945913%
174Flintshire94821213%
175Buckinghamshire2724236434313%
176Leeds1747152022013%
177Walsall2912493613%
178Hammersmith and Fulham3603144513%
179North Somerset90978911313%
180Solihull4333745312%
181Highways England8036799512%
182North Lincolnshire99861212%
183Birmingham1469127317612%
184Torbay107871212%
185Westminster8357169812%
186Monmouthshire7966912%
187Kingston-upon-Thames4744115612%
188St Helens1491291712%
189Southwark6785927812%
190Barking and Dagenham7261812%
191Transport for London1890164921311%
192Lincolnshire1593140017811%
193Rhondda Cynon Taff6656711%
194East Sussex103291211011%
195Perth and Kinross2181922311%
196Kent3446306636211%
197Barnsley2402142510%
198Sandwell99861010%
199Wakefield2752342510%
200Blackpool1181031110%
201Midlothian177158169%
202East Riding of Yorkshire408366379%
203Bury291259269%
204Wirral314285279%
205Inverclyde989088%
206Pembrokeshire494548%
207Kingston-upon-Hull161148138%
208Isle of Wight390360308%
209Carmarthenshire534948%
210Denbighshire318291237%
211Transport Scotland238221146%
212Dumfries and Galloway1036965586%
213West Dunbartonshire10910533%
214Blaenau Gwent191900%

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