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
1Islington9840825100%
2Sunderland3240233100%
3Gateshead2100158100%
4Tameside1980177100%
5Stockton-on-Tees109078100%
6Hartlepool45039100%
7North Tyneside3981262100%
8Bolton392230199%
9Durham504339699%
10Newcastle538538499%
11South Tyneside9516598%
12Middlesbrough6915298%
13Redcar and Cleveland132210198%
14Northumberland11201785698%
15Cheshire West and Chester12333189997%
16Darlington177512596%
17Kensington and Chelsea147810393%
18Bedford3111416892%
19York1329143118389%
20Norwich3994230788%
21Bristol1469194109385%
22Redbridge7594884%
23Derby2514318981%
24Reading3826124280%
25Telford and Wrekin203207779%
26Shetland41375%
27Bromley109224260972%
28Sutton126347569%
29Wokingham47214329267%
30Havering2436913366%
31Slough112376162%
32Stoke-on-Trent37713922261%
33Newham2109011656%
34Clackmannanshire59273254%
35Waltham Forest195839353%
36Tower Hamlets56524125652%
37Central Bedfordshire60228930151%
38East Dunbartonshire53126326650%
39Plymouth61328528550%
40zz Unknown61150%
41Luton74282749%
42Bath and North East Somerset68334132849%
43West Lothian120585549%
44Comhairle nan Eilean Siar137646%
45Brent58631826045%
46Aberdeenshire2141179344%
47Stirling28916212744%
48Hounslow81742832643%
49Oldham44224917842%
50Wolverhampton119704941%
51Rutland32181138%
52Swansea2661639838%
53Halton110674037%
54Caerphilly101643737%
55Bedfordshire1901216836%
56Coventry60138520935%
57Warrington76348826035%
58Salford2421507533%
59Shropshire56336717733%
60Vale of Glamorgan2341597432%
61Windsor and Maidenhead3242169931%
62City of London1811185431%
63East Renfrewshire1491014631%
64Oxfordshire3237221798531%
65Renfrewshire1551108047130%
66Medway136903930%
67Isle of Anglesey35241029%
68Cumbria2059143759829%
69Bracknell Forest85592429%
70Scottish Borders1531084328%
71West Sussex2836202977928%
72Poole83602328%
73East Lothian2381686428%
74Cheshire East2969210278427%
75Worcestershire132895835427%
76Suffolk1472106638927%
77Newport77552027%
78Moray93672326%
79Transport Wales2015525%
80North Yorkshire1876139845525%
81Trafford59541213425%
82Gwynedd127963124%
83Ealing3382518124%
84South Lanarkshire61045914824%
85Lancashire3282246579224%
86Blackburn1381033324%
87Brighton and Hove2301615124%
88Portsmouth65481524%
89Falkirk1791354224%
90Essex3800290987723%
91Dundee2571975923%
92Powys118882623%
93Liverpool95872821523%
94Manchester1470112833323%
95Peterborough84611823%
96Croydon126096628323%
97Kirklees79661017722%
98Stockport73656316322%
99Cambridgeshire1840141140822%
100Derbyshire123495327422%
101Angus122942722%
102Rotherham2551985522%
103Merthyr Tydfil2822621%
104Highland2852185921%
105Enfield1781363621%
106Canal and Rivers Trust / Scottish Canals77571521%
107Bexley132992621%
108Hampshire4116323384021%
109Cornwall52340910621%
110Wiltshire1571124231620%
111Harrow2081594020%
112Richmond upon Thames53241010320%
113West Berkshire58346311620%
114Torfaen2016420%
115Glasgow3048243559920%
116Gloucestershire2220176743320%
117Hillingdon3793037420%
118Rochdale1531222919%
119Haringey67254112719%
120Wandsworth1305105624719%
121Barnet75261114119%
122Sheffield107887320119%
123Somerset77061114019%
124Dorset5024099319%
125Staffordshire1773144432218%
126Greenwich1611322918%
127North East Lincolnshire118962118%
128Camden69856712418%
129Sefton2572114618%
130Knowsley2942415218%
131Warwickshire114393820018%
132East Ayrshire2422004217%
133Northern Ireland Roads Service4553637617%
134Swindon1911583317%
135Norfolk1582130427117%
136Lewisham4773787817%
137South Gloucestershire100382517017%
138Fife4493727617%
139Bournemouth1801473017%
140Network Rail79641317%
141Argyll and Bute113941917%
142Merton3362795617%
143North Lanarkshire1651352717%
144Nottinghamshire97780415917%
145Southend-on-Sea1411182316%
146Conwy118981916%
147Ceredigion3731616%
148Milton Keynes3813196116%
149Northamptonshire1429113821716%
150Wrexham2832384516%
151Lambeth107990216816%
152Bradford3092514615%
153Devon2510210538515%
154Bridgend81661215%
155Edinburgh1781150227215%
156Surrey75436360114815%
157Dudley2051733115%
158Hertfordshire3542298953015%
159South Ayrshire1801532715%
160Thurrock80631115%
161North Ayrshire94751315%
162Neath Port Talbot1501282215%
163Cardiff90876613115%
164Leicester3412874915%
165Aberdeen3923355715%
166Doncaster1621372314%
167Nottingham3633035014%
168Calderdale1811532514%
169Leicestershire90476712314%
170Wigan1541272014%
171Herefordshire6565618814%
172Hackney4213535313%
173North Somerset92280211713%
174Southampton5094406413%
175Buckinghamshire2736238134313%
176Leeds1759153722013%
177Hammersmith and Fulham3603154513%
178Walsall2922523613%
179Flintshire96841213%
180Solihull4393835312%
181North Lincolnshire99871212%
182Highways England8287129812%
183Westminster8397229912%
184Birmingham1493130017612%
185Monmouthshire7967912%
186Southwark6835977912%
187Torbay109911212%
188St Helens1511321711%
189Transport for London1906166721311%
190Kingston-upon-Thames5074455611%
191Lincolnshire1614142717911%
192Perth and Kinross2181932311%
193East Sussex104392711011%
194Kent3463309236210%
195Sandwell99861010%
196Rhondda Cynon Taff6961710%
197Barnsley2432182510%
198Barking and Dagenham8173810%
199Wakefield2762352510%
200Blackpool119106119%
201Bury302272289%
202Midlothian179160169%
203East Riding of Yorkshire420378379%
204Wirral316288279%
205Inverclyde989088%
206Pembrokeshire494548%
207Kingston-upon-Hull161148138%
208Isle of Wight391361308%
209Denbighshire318291248%
210Carmarthenshire534948%
211Transport Scotland246230146%
212Dumfries and Galloway1039980586%
213West Dunbartonshire11010633%
214Blaenau Gwent202000%

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