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
1Newcastle5830417100%
2North Tyneside4450293100%
3Stockton-on-Tees113081100%
4Hartlepool46040100%
5Durham5541444100%
6Northumberland12403969100%
7Islington10393869100%
8Tameside223119799%
9Sunderland361226399%
10South Tyneside163112199%
11Redcar and Cleveland138110899%
12Gateshead239218499%
13Darlington218416798%
14Hammersmith and Fulham3731036397%
15Bolton4501534396%
16Middlesbrough8846694%
17Cheshire West and Chester146868103894%
18Kensington and Chelsea1511010491%
19York1413189122187%
20Bedford3333516983%
21Norwich4367730880%
22Bristol1623338110177%
23Shetland41375%
24Derby2776719074%
25Reading4199724371%
26Telford and Wrekin217347769%
27Bromley114729561167%
28Wokingham50016129665%
29Sutton136447563%
30Havering2689413359%
31Stoke-on-Trent41917023358%
32Slough123486156%
33Lewisham51722127455%
34Waltham Forest2108810254%
35Redbridge114455153%
36Clackmannanshire61293252%
37Tower Hamlets58125625750%
38zz Unknown61150%
39Newham23911811750%
40East Dunbartonshire55528227149%
41Plymouth68635828544%
42Comhairle nan Eilean Siar148643%
43Warrington78244732042%
44Hounslow85246032942%
45Central Bedfordshire75543730641%
46Bath and North East Somerset82247533241%
47West Lothian147825741%
48Stirling34020213841%
49Aberdeenshire2441439740%
50Brent67840326740%
51Oldham46226917840%
52Halton113694137%
53Wolverhampton140885237%
54Bedfordshire1901216836%
55Swansea2801779836%
56Coventry62740721334%
57East Lothian34822611634%
58Caerphilly114763833%
59Rutland39241233%
60North East Lincolnshire140944532%
61Luton110612932%
62Salford2621697631%
63City of London1891265430%
64Windsor and Maidenhead36024610530%
65Shropshire68246619630%
66Isle of Anglesey36251029%
67Cumbria2405171366828%
68Oxfordshire36412596100928%
69Poole97702728%
70Vale of Glamorgan2972158127%
71Torfaen3324927%
72Bracknell Forest103742727%
73Medway1551093926%
74West Sussex3098226780326%
75Renfrewshire1832135247826%
76Worcestershire1387101635526%
77East Renfrewshire1881384826%
78Newport81592025%
79Scottish Borders1721274325%
80Transport Wales3224825%
81Suffolk1703126841825%
82Ealing3652718825%
83Blackburn1451083524%
84Moray114842724%
85Cheshire East3420252980824%
86North Yorkshire2039153847724%
87Trafford67247614724%
88Rotherham2832176423%
89Stockport79858417123%
90Dundee2752126223%
91Brighton and Hove2431755123%
92Powys1331002922%
93Gwynedd1471143322%
94Essex4106318990322%
95Lancashire3921303785922%
96Croydon1300100528422%
97South Lanarkshire68953515122%
98Peterborough89661821%
99Cambridgeshire2078162043721%
100Kirklees94173319721%
101Portsmouth73561521%
102Derbyshire1471115530921%
103Angus1291012721%
104Liverpool107283722021%
105Southend-on-Sea1591263321%
106Harrow2161614221%
107Enfield1851423721%
108Manchester1710134835121%
109Bexley1411072720%
110Cornwall59847211820%
111Canal and Rivers Trust / Scottish Canals86651620%
112Glasgow3161252762020%
113Hampshire4618369188319%
114Wiltshire1708137032519%
115West Berkshire61749611719%
116Richmond upon Thames58245510719%
117Falkirk2231794219%
118Haringey71757913419%
119Wandsworth1344109424818%
120Gloucestershire2510203245818%
121Hillingdon4163387618%
122Barnet89173116018%
123Dorset5414449718%
124Somerset84467814718%
125Camden72258712718%
126Sheffield114093420118%
127Knowsley2972445218%
128Highland3502826018%
129Sefton2712244717%
130Greenwich1791483117%
131Conwy1291062217%
132North Lanarkshire1731402917%
133Nottinghamshire115794719517%
134Staffordshire2165179536317%
135Northern Ireland Roads Service5234248316%
136Network Rail82671316%
137Fife5214368416%
138Merton3783176016%
139Bridgend91741416%
140South Gloucestershire113294617816%
141Merthyr Tydfil3832616%
142Bournemouth2101753215%
143Rochdale2031703115%
144Hertfordshire3978335360015%
145Northamptonshire1631132123615%
146Warwickshire1353114420315%
147Leicester3643055415%
148Milton Keynes4203566315%
149East Ayrshire3553025315%
150Norfolk1956166228715%
151Edinburgh1950165728615%
152Doncaster1721452515%
153Neath Port Talbot1571342315%
154Rhondda Cynon Taff83701215%
155South Ayrshire1991702915%
156Wrexham3232764715%
157Lambeth1182100317014%
158Argyll and Bute1381182014%
159Swindon2211893214%
160Dudley2261933214%
161Surrey86467389122014%
162Torbay116951514%
163Ceredigion4438614%
164Thurrock87701114%
165Aberdeen4203635714%
166North Lincolnshire1181021614%
167Nottingham3873265114%
168Cardiff99985513313%
169Leicestershire101386613313%
170Devon3013259539813%
171Wigan1671392113%
172Calderdale1981702513%
173North Ayrshire117971413%
174Leeds1850161723113%
175North Somerset102889812712%
176Walsall3092683712%
177Herefordshire7706719212%
178Hackney4563885312%
179Birmingham1552135118412%
180Buckinghamshire3109272637112%
181Westminster87675710112%
182St Helens1561361812%
183Bradford4163574712%
184Southwark7276378312%
185Transport for London2081182722811%
186Solihull4954395311%
187East Sussex111799211911%
188Kingston-upon-Thames5685026011%
189Monmouthshire97841011%
190Southampton6385696410%
191Lincolnshire2013180520010%
192Flintshire1211091210%
193Kent3784340137410%
194Perth and Kinross2362112310%
195Barnsley2662402610%
196Highways England1150101310710%
197Sandwell10996109%
198Blackpool123110119%
199Wakefield302261259%
200East Riding of Yorkshire504456439%
201Midlothian216195188%
202Bury364332308%
203Wirral344315288%
204Inverclyde1019388%
205Pembrokeshire645958%
206Barking and Dagenham1079987%
207Isle of Wight403373307%
208Kingston-upon-Hull179166137%
209Carmarthenshire575347%
210Denbighshire352325247%
211Dumfries and Galloway12021123786%
212Transport Scotland336313196%
213West Dunbartonshire11410933%
214Blaenau Gwent202000%

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