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 %
1Surrey80466842116815%
2Hampshire4361345486420%
3Essex3926302788523%
4Hertfordshire3740315356315%
5Lancashire3657281681622%
6Kent3616323936810%
7Oxfordshire3404238498529%
8Cheshire East3287240579925%
9Glasgow3119249361220%
10West Sussex2975214780027%
11Buckinghamshire2893253234912%
12Devon2740233238814%
13Gloucestershire2367189944819%
14Cumbria2258158165329%
15Transport for London1990173922511%
16North Yorkshire1958146746724%
17Cambridgeshire1935149541922%
18Staffordshire1903155234418%
19Edinburgh1891160228215%
20Leeds1809158222512%
21Lincolnshire1788158919111%
22Renfrewshire1711123747328%
23Norfolk1699141827416%
24Wiltshire1665133132119%
25Suffolk1601118240225%
26Manchester1590123834222%
27Birmingham1527132818212%
28Bristol1524242109982%
29Northamptonshire1518120923516%
30York1361143121589%
31Worcestershire135198035527%
32Cheshire West and Chester13421899598%
33Derbyshire1341104828621%
34Wandsworth1325107624719%
35Croydon127998528322%
36Warwickshire1248104020216%
37Northumberland11681488998%
38Dumfries and Galloway11201054656%
39Bromley111826661170%
40Lambeth111293416915%
41Sheffield110790220118%
42East Sussex107395411311%
43Nottinghamshire106987817717%
44South Gloucestershire106388417116%
45Liverpool103179622022%
46Islington10060843100%
47Highways England98585710211%
48Cardiff97082713214%
49North Somerset96484012113%
50Leicestershire96382112813%
51Westminster85473610012%
52Kirklees84164918122%
53Hounslow83144132743%
54Barnet82267814418%
55Somerset81465214318%
56Warrington77244631141%
57Stockport76558116722%
58Bath and North East Somerset75841432944%
59Herefordshire7136188812%
60Camden71257912618%
61Southwark7076188212%
62Haringey69155812919%
63Central Bedfordshire67435930346%
64South Lanarkshire64949615023%
65Plymouth64531728547%
66Brent64036826442%
67Trafford62343913524%
68Coventry61739721335%
69Shropshire60840318632%
70West Berkshire60548411719%
71Southampton6035346411%
72Tower Hamlets57324825751%
73Newcastle562839898%
74East Dunbartonshire54827726949%
75Richmond upon Thames54442210320%
76Cornwall54142410920%
77Kingston-upon-Thames5254625711%
78Dorset5234309318%
79Durham521840798%
80Fife5014208016%
81Northern Ireland Roads Service4893967716%
82Wokingham48715029566%
83Lewisham48619926557%
84Solihull4674115311%
85East Riding of Yorkshire458410439%
86Oldham45025717841%
87Bolton4361433096%
88Hackney4323645313%
89Norwich4236530783%
90North Tyneside421527598%
91Aberdeen4173605714%
92Isle of Wight399369308%
93Hillingdon3983207619%
94Milton Keynes3983356216%
95Reading3987624376%
96Stoke-on-Trent39515122860%
97Nottingham3783185014%
98Hammersmith and Fulham370736398%
99Bradford3623044613%
100Leicester3532965215%
101Merton3502925716%
102Ealing3472578425%
103Bury341311288%
104Sunderland341724397%
105Denbighshire337310247%
106Stirling33620213440%
107Windsor and Maidenhead33422510031%
108Wirral333304288%
109East Ayrshire3232705316%
110Bedford3222416988%
111Highland3202535919%
112East Lothian3142119731%
113Walsall3022613712%
114Knowsley2962435218%
115Transport Scotland295277165%
116Wrexham2952494616%
117Wakefield288247259%
118Vale of Glamorgan2832057727%
119Swansea2771749836%
120Rotherham2712086123%
121Derby2675819077%
122Sefton2622154718%
123Dundee2612015923%
124Barnsley2542292510%
125Salford2501587532%
126Havering2497513364%
127Brighton and Hove2321645124%
128Newham23010911752%
129Aberdeenshire2281279743%
130Perth and Kinross2272022310%
131Gateshead225616697%
132Dudley2171853114%
133Falkirk2141704220%
134Tameside214318698%
135Harrow2111604221%
136Telford and Wrekin210277774%
137Bournemouth2061723115%
138Midlothian206187168%
139Waltham Forest201839854%
140Swindon1971643317%
141Darlington1961113893%
142Calderdale1941662513%
143South Ayrshire1911622915%
144Bedfordshire1901216836%
145City of London1851225431%
146Enfield1811393621%
147East Renfrewshire1791294827%
148Greenwich1721432917%
149North Lanarkshire1671362817%
150Kingston-upon-Hull165152138%
151Rochdale1641332918%
152Doncaster1631382314%
153Scottish Borders1631184327%
154Wigan1611342013%
155Neath Port Talbot1541322214%
156St Helens1541341812%
157Kensington and Chelsea149910392%
158Southend-on-Sea1491222718%
159Gwynedd1461143222%
160Medway144983928%
161Blackburn1401053324%
162Bexley1381042721%
163Argyll and Bute1351152015%
164North East Lincolnshire135973728%
165Redcar and Cleveland1350106100%
166West Lothian132685645%
167Sutton130387566%
168Angus127992721%
169South Tyneside12529198%
170Powys124922823%
171Conwy1231022016%
172Wolverhampton122734940%
173Blackpool121108119%
174Slough114396161%
175Halton113694137%
176Torbay113921514%
177West Dunbartonshire11310933%
178Stockton-on-Tees111079100%
179North Lincolnshire107921514%
180North Ayrshire106861414%
181Redbridge106375158%
182Flintshire105931211%
183Caerphilly104673736%
184Sandwell104911010%
185Inverclyde1019388%
186Barking and Dagenham999188%
187Luton99502937%
188Moray95692325%
189Bracknell Forest94662628%
190Poole89652427%
191Bridgend88731214%
192Peterborough87641822%
193Monmouthshire85721012%
194Canal and Rivers Trust / Scottish Canals82611621%
195Network Rail81661316%
196Thurrock81641115%
197Rhondda Cynon Taff79671114%
198Newport78562026%
199Middlesbrough7445493%
200Portsmouth68511523%
201Clackmannanshire61293252%
202Carmarthenshire565247%
203Pembrokeshire534948%
204Hartlepool4613998%
205Ceredigion4236614%
206Isle of Anglesey36251029%
207Rutland35211134%
208Merthyr Tydfil3024620%
209Torfaen2925414%
210Transport Wales2519624%
211Blaenau Gwent202000%
212Comhairle nan Eilean Siar148643%
213zz Unknown61150%
214Shetland41375%

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