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
(Total Reports)
AuthorityTotal Reportssort iconOpen ReportsFixed ReportsFixed %
1Shetland41375%
2zz Unknown61150%
3Comhairle nan Eilean Siar148643%
4Blaenau Gwent212100%
5Transport Wales3224825%
6Torfaen3324927%
7Isle of Anglesey36251029%
8Merthyr Tydfil3832616%
9Rutland39241233%
10Ceredigion4640613%
11Hartlepool47041100%
12Carmarthenshire615747%
13Clackmannanshire64313352%
14Pembrokeshire706557%
15Portsmouth75581521%
16Network Rail82671316%
17Rhondda Cynon Taff84711214%
18Newport85632024%
19Thurrock88711113%
20Canal and Rivers Trust / Scottish Canals90691619%
21Middlesbrough90072100%
22Peterborough91681821%
23Bridgend95781415%
24Monmouthshire99861010%
25Inverclyde1019388%
26Poole104772726%
27Bracknell Forest109792826%
28Barking and Dagenham11310587%
29Sandwell113991110%
30Halton114704137%
31Stockton-on-Tees114082100%
32Caerphilly115744136%
33Moray115852724%
34Torbay117961514%
35Luton118692930%
36Redbridge121515250%
37West Dunbartonshire12211733%
38North Lincolnshire1231071613%
39Blackpool124111119%
40Slough130526455%
41Conwy1311082217%
42Flintshire131119129%
43Angus1321022922%
44North Ayrshire1321121411%
45Powys1361003224%
46Redcar and Cleveland1390110100%
47Sutton141497560%
48Wolverhampton142885438%
49Bexley1461112820%
50Blackburn1461093524%
51North East Lincolnshire149965235%
52Argyll and Bute1511312013%
53Kensington and Chelsea1531110591%
54Gwynedd1541074731%
55West Lothian154846242%
56St Helens1591371912%
57Medway1611153925%
58Neath Port Talbot1631372616%
59Southend-on-Sea1631303320%
60South Tyneside165112299%
61Scottish Borders1721274325%
62Wigan1721432213%
63Doncaster1771492615%
64North Lanarkshire1811482916%
65Kingston-upon-Hull185171148%
66Bedfordshire1901216836%
67City of London1941315429%
68Enfield1941513720%
69Greenwich1991643518%
70Calderdale2031742613%
71East Renfrewshire2031515025%
72South Ayrshire2031733015%
73Rochdale2051653819%
74Waltham Forest2108810254%
75Telford and Wrekin222397766%
76Bournemouth2231853516%
77Falkirk2241804219%
78Swindon2251933214%
79Tameside225119899%
80Harrow2261714220%
81Dudley2291963214%
82Darlington2300183100%
83Midlothian231207219%
84Perth and Kinross2422162410%
85Brighton and Hove2481795223%
86Aberdeenshire2491489740%
87Gateshead250718996%
88Newham25513411747%
89Salford2631707631%
90Barnsley2732472610%
91Sefton2742274717%
92Dundee2782156222%
93Havering27910113758%
94Swansea2831809835%
95Derby2867619071%
96Rotherham2882226422%
97Knowsley2992445418%
98Wakefield306265259%
99Vale of Glamorgan3152308427%
100Walsall3182773712%
101Bedford3373916981%
102Wrexham3452964914%
103Stirling34720714040%
104Wirral354325288%
105Denbighshire359332247%
106East Ayrshire3683115715%
107Sunderland3680272100%
108Bury369337308%
109Windsor and Maidenhead37325510930%
110Ealing3752818824%
111East Lothian37621815241%
112Hammersmith and Fulham3761336397%
113Transport Scotland378349257%
114Leicester3793205414%
115Merton3873266016%
116Nottingham3953345113%
117Isle of Wight405375307%
118Highland4113426015%
119Bradford4233644711%
120Milton Keynes4233596315%
121Stoke-on-Trent42316324460%
122Aberdeen4243665814%
123Hillingdon4283507618%
124Reading44311824467%
125Norwich4448530878%
126North Tyneside460429799%
127Bolton466836298%
128Hackney4663985312%
129Oldham46627317839%
130Solihull5034455511%
131East Riding of Yorkshire512464438%
132Wokingham51517529763%
133Lewisham5321049998%
134Northern Ireland Roads Service5374289318%
135Fife5404508917%
136East Dunbartonshire55928527249%
137Dorset5624649717%
138Durham575745698%
139Kingston-upon-Thames5765096111%
140Newcastle5880418100%
141Tower Hamlets58926425749%
142Richmond upon Thames59246510719%
143Cornwall61248212220%
144West Berkshire62650511719%
145Coventry63341321334%
146Southampton6565866510%
147Trafford69149215023%
148Brent70342826738%
149South Lanarkshire70354715322%
150Camden72859212818%
151Shropshire74650222431%
152Plymouth74842028540%
153Southwark7506558812%
154Haringey75862013418%
155Herefordshire7796809212%
156Central Bedfordshire78646630840%
157Warrington80245233543%
158Stockport80458617323%
159Bath and North East Somerset85250233540%
160Hounslow87748433041%
161Somerset88171015218%
162Westminster90378310212%
163Barnet92576316218%
164Kirklees96675819721%
165Cardiff101987513313%
166Islington10511087399%
167Leicestershire105589514614%
168North Somerset107393913112%
169Liverpool108884922421%
170East Sussex1154102312411%
171Sheffield115594520518%
172Bromley116731561166%
173South Gloucestershire118199218015%
174Nottinghamshire118896520818%
175Lambeth1217103617214%
176Highways England1230108511410%
177Dumfries and Galloway12531173796%
178Northumberland12741598799%
179Croydon1314101928422%
180Wandsworth1363111224918%
181Worcestershire1407103535626%
182Warwickshire1424121320514%
183York1448221122485%
184Derbyshire1498117531621%
185Cheshire West and Chester150396104392%
186Birmingham1570136818512%
187Bristol1670381110374%
188Northamptonshire1678136523915%
189Wiltshire1739139832819%
190Suffolk1782133842724%
191Manchester1794142535820%
192Leeds1887165123412%
193Renfrewshire1965148248125%
194Edinburgh2007171228814%
195Norfolk2009171229014%
196Lincolnshire2082186121210%
197North Yorkshire2085157948123%
198Cambridgeshire2157168045621%
199Transport for London2171191023511%
200Staffordshire2257186238817%
201Cumbria2575187267927%
202Gloucestershire2611212646418%
203Devon3141272040113%
204West Sussex3178234280826%
205Buckinghamshire3196279738712%
206Glasgow3263262162819%
207Cheshire East3555265581724%
208Oxfordshire37152667101228%
209Kent3932354038310%
210Lancashire4036313287922%
211Hertfordshire4088345460915%
212Essex4171324391222%
213Hampshire4833387191519%
214Surrey88727561126814%

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