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
1Islington9910829100%
2Tameside2030179100%
3South Tyneside121091100%
4Stockton-on-Tees111079100%
5Middlesbrough69053100%
6Hartlepool45039100%
7Northumberland11271873100%
8Bolton407231599%
9Durham510340199%
10North Tyneside403226699%
11Sunderland329223699%
12Redcar and Cleveland135110599%
13Newcastle545439099%
14Gateshead212215899%
15Cheshire West and Chester12613092197%
16Darlington184513296%
17Kensington and Chelsea148810393%
18Bedford3161816990%
19York1346155118888%
20Norwich4044730787%
21Bristol1490211109784%
22Derby2574819080%
23Telford and Wrekin203207779%
24Reading3896824278%
25Shetland41375%
26Bromley110024861171%
27Sutton129377567%
28Wokingham48214729467%
29Havering2447013366%
30Slough113386162%
31Stoke-on-Trent38714422761%
32Redbridge103355059%
33Lewisham48219626457%
34Newham22310211753%
35Clackmannanshire60283253%
36Waltham Forest197839453%
37Tower Hamlets57024525751%
38zz Unknown61150%
39East Dunbartonshire54027126750%
40Central Bedfordshire62230830250%
41West Lothian122585649%
42Plymouth62529728549%
43Bath and North East Somerset71036832847%
44Luton80322847%
45Comhairle nan Eilean Siar137646%
46Aberdeenshire2151189344%
47Hounslow82343332743%
48Brent61634726143%
49Oldham44625317841%
50Stirling32118913241%
51Wolverhampton120714941%
52Halton111684037%
53Swansea2701679837%
54Rutland33191137%
55Caerphilly102653736%
56Bedfordshire1901216836%
57Coventry60538821035%
58Warrington76448926035%
59Salford2451537533%
60Shropshire57237517832%
61City of London1811185431%
62Windsor and Maidenhead3272199931%
63Cumbria2101143564231%
64Vale of Glamorgan2441697430%
65Oxfordshire3292227198630%
66Medway136903930%
67Renfrewshire1567109647130%
68East Renfrewshire1621134729%
69East Lothian2932058229%
70Isle of Anglesey36251029%
71Scottish Borders1571124328%
72Poole83602328%
73West Sussex2891207379028%
74Transport Wales2216627%
75Cheshire East3024215079127%
76Worcestershire133596535427%
77Suffolk1512109639927%
78Bracknell Forest92662427%
79Newport77552027%
80Moray95692325%
81North Yorkshire1909142346225%
82Ealing3422548224%
83Blackburn1381033324%
84Trafford61042613524%
85Brighton and Hove2301615124%
86South Lanarkshire62547314924%
87Lancashire3357253979324%
88Powys119882723%
89Falkirk1811374223%
90Portsmouth67501523%
91Dundee2571975923%
92Essex3837294587823%
93Kirklees80261218023%
94Croydon126296728423%
95Gwynedd1411093223%
96Cambridgeshire1864142541823%
97Stockport74256616623%
98Liverpool96473421523%
99Peterborough85621823%
100Rotherham2581995722%
101North East Lincolnshire118912622%
102Derbyshire126898128022%
103Angus123952722%
104Manchester1523117933522%
105Merthyr Tydfil2822621%
106Bexley1351012721%
107Highland2902235921%
108Cornwall53041310921%
109Enfield1791373621%
110Hampshire4206330785621%
111Canal and Rivers Trust / Scottish Canals79591520%
112Richmond upon Thames53441210320%
113Harrow2091604020%
114Glasgow3073245060920%
115West Berkshire59047011620%
116Wiltshire1621129131720%
117Gloucestershire2269180744220%
118Torfaen2117419%
119Hillingdon3913157419%
120Haringey68355012919%
121Rochdale1551242919%
122Wandsworth1317106824719%
123Sheffield108487920119%
124Barnet76762514219%
125Dorset5074149318%
126Somerset78662714018%
127Staffordshire1818148332818%
128Camden70557212618%
129Sefton2572114618%
130Knowsley2942415218%
131North Lanarkshire1651342817%
132Warwickshire116395820017%
133Greenwich1681392917%
134Northern Ireland Roads Service4643717717%
135Swindon1941613317%
136Northamptonshire1466115623617%
137South Gloucestershire101383517017%
138Norfolk1616133827117%
139Conwy120992017%
140Merton3412835717%
141Network Rail80651317%
142Fife4814027816%
143Nottinghamshire99982516016%
144Argyll and Bute117981916%
145Ceredigion3731616%
146Milton Keynes3873246216%
147East Ayrshire2642224216%
148Bournemouth1981643116%
149Southend-on-Sea1461232316%
150Lambeth109391516916%
151Wrexham2902454516%
152South Ayrshire1821542815%
153Bradford3142564615%
154Edinburgh1816153527415%
155Dudley2071753115%
156Doncaster1621362415%
157Hertfordshire3608304953615%
158Surrey77966604115715%
159Devon2617221138615%
160Leicester3452905015%
161Thurrock81641115%
162Bridgend85701215%
163North Ayrshire95761315%
164North Lincolnshire103881515%
165Neath Port Talbot1531312214%
166Cardiff92778513114%
167Aberdeen4003435714%
168Calderdale1821542514%
169Nottingham3703105014%
170Leicestershire93079112514%
171Wigan1571302013%
172Torbay111911413%
173Herefordshire6755808813%
174Hackney4233555313%
175North Somerset93581311913%
176Monmouthshire82691013%
177Walsall2982573713%
178Hammersmith and Fulham3603154513%
179Leeds1777155522012%
180Buckinghamshire2791243634312%
181Rhondda Cynon Taff7464912%
182Westminster84372510012%
183Flintshire99871212%
184Birmingham1512131617912%
185St Helens1531331812%
186Southwark6886008112%
187Solihull4513955312%
188Highways England8617429912%
189Transport for London1926168221811%
190Lincolnshire1676148218611%
191Kingston-upon-Thames5114495611%
192Southampton5845156411%
193East Sussex105393511211%
194Perth and Kinross2201952311%
195Kent3517314236610%
196Barnsley2432182510%
197Sandwell101881010%
198East Riding of Yorkshire427382409%
199Wakefield283242259%
200Blackpool121108119%
201Barking and Dagenham877989%
202Bury309279289%
203Midlothian181162169%
204Wirral323295278%
205Inverclyde989088%
206Kingston-upon-Hull162149138%
207Pembrokeshire504648%
208Isle of Wight392362308%
209Carmarthenshire534948%
210Denbighshire322295248%
211Transport Scotland257239166%
212Dumfries and Galloway1064999646%
213West Dunbartonshire11010633%
214Blaenau Gwent202000%

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