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 %
1Surrey88357528126414%
2Hampshire4786382791219%
3Essex4160323590922%
4Hertfordshire4077344760515%
5Lancashire4005310187922%
6Kent3906351538210%
7Oxfordshire36922644101228%
8Cheshire East3516261681724%
9Glasgow3236259562719%
10Buckinghamshire3164276938312%
11West Sussex3161232680726%
12Devon3114269340113%
13Gloucestershire2578209646118%
14Cumbria2526182567727%
15Staffordshire2249185538717%
16Transport for London2150189023411%
17Cambridgeshire2143166645621%
18North Yorkshire2082157648123%
19Lincolnshire2070185420710%
20Norfolk2006170929015%
21Edinburgh2004171128614%
22Renfrewshire1931144848125%
23Leeds1880164423412%
24Manchester1780141235720%
25Suffolk1769132742524%
26Wiltshire1731139032819%
27Northamptonshire1673136023915%
28Bristol1667378110374%
29Birmingham1569136718512%
30Cheshire West and Chester149689104392%
31Derbyshire1494117131621%
32York1444218122385%
33Warwickshire1411120020515%
34Worcestershire1404103235626%
35Wandsworth1362111124918%
36Croydon1311101628422%
37Northumberland12602986100%
38Dumfries and Galloway12451166786%
39Lambeth1212103117214%
40Highways England120010581119%
41Nottinghamshire118496120818%
42South Gloucestershire116297417916%
43Bromley115930761167%
44Sheffield115494420518%
45East Sussex1150101912411%
46Liverpool107984222221%
47North Somerset106893612912%
48Leicestershire105089414214%
49Islington1046587399%
50Cardiff101587113313%
51Kirklees96575719721%
52Barnet91875716118%
53Westminster89777810111%
54Somerset87470415118%
55Hounslow87348033041%
56Bath and North East Somerset84749733540%
57Stockport80358517323%
58Warrington80045033543%
59Herefordshire7796809212%
60Central Bedfordshire77745730840%
61Haringey75561713418%
62Southwark7506558812%
63Camden72859312718%
64Plymouth72840028542%
65Shropshire72448721731%
66Brent70242726738%
67South Lanarkshire70154515322%
68Trafford68848915023%
69Southampton6555856510%
70Coventry63341321334%
71West Berkshire62350211719%
72Cornwall61248212220%
73Richmond upon Thames59146410719%
74Newcastle5880418100%
75Tower Hamlets58826325749%
76Kingston-upon-Thames5765096111%
77Durham5680456100%
78East Dunbartonshire55828427249%
79Dorset5574599717%
80Fife5394498917%
81Northern Ireland Roads Service5354269318%
82Lewisham52916434368%
83Wokingham51417429763%
84East Riding of Yorkshire510462439%
85Solihull5024445511%
86Oldham46627317839%
87Hackney4653975312%
88Bolton462636098%
89North Tyneside4561296100%
90Norwich4438430879%
91Reading43811324468%
92Hillingdon4253477618%
93Aberdeen4243665814%
94Stoke-on-Trent42316324460%
95Milton Keynes4223586315%
96Bradford4213624711%
97Highland4073386015%
98Isle of Wight405375307%
99Nottingham3933325113%
100Merton3863256016%
101Leicester3793205414%
102Hammersmith and Fulham3751236397%
103Ealing3722788824%
104East Lothian37022913537%
105Transport Scotland370341257%
106Windsor and Maidenhead36925210830%
107Sunderland368227099%
108East Ayrshire3673105716%
109Bury366334308%
110Denbighshire358331247%
111Wirral354325288%
112Stirling34720714040%
113Bedford3373916981%
114Wrexham3342854915%
115Walsall3172763712%
116Vale of Glamorgan3122278427%
117Wakefield303262259%
118Knowsley2982435418%
119Derby2867619071%
120Rotherham2852196423%
121Swansea2831809835%
122Havering27910113758%
123Dundee2782156222%
124Sefton2742274717%
125Barnsley2712452610%
126Salford2631707631%
127Newham25213111747%
128Aberdeenshire2481479740%
129Brighton and Hove2481805122%
130Gateshead243118899%
131Perth and Kinross2422162410%
132Darlington2300183100%
133Dudley2291963214%
134Midlothian229205219%
135Harrow2261714220%
136Tameside225119899%
137Falkirk2241804219%
138Swindon2241923214%
139Telford and Wrekin222397766%
140Bournemouth2191813516%
141Waltham Forest2108810254%
142Rochdale2051653819%
143South Ayrshire2031733015%
144Calderdale2011732513%
145East Renfrewshire1991475025%
146Greenwich1981633518%
147City of London1941315429%
148Enfield1921493720%
149Bedfordshire1901216836%
150Kingston-upon-Hull185171148%
151North Lanarkshire1801472916%
152Doncaster1751472615%
153Scottish Borders1721274325%
154Wigan1721432213%
155South Tyneside164112199%
156Southend-on-Sea1631303320%
157Medway1611153925%
158Neath Port Talbot1611372415%
159St Helens1591381812%
160Gwynedd1541074731%
161Kensington and Chelsea1531110591%
162Argyll and Bute1511312013%
163West Lothian151816243%
164North East Lincolnshire1491014732%
165Bexley1461112820%
166Blackburn1461093524%
167Wolverhampton142885438%
168Sutton141497560%
169Redcar and Cleveland1390110100%
170Powys1361003224%
171Angus1321022922%
172Conwy1301072217%
173Flintshire130118129%
174North Ayrshire1301101411%
175Slough129516456%
176Blackpool123110119%
177North Lincolnshire1221061613%
178West Dunbartonshire12211733%
179Redbridge119495251%
180Luton116672930%
181Torbay116951514%
182Moray115852724%
183Caerphilly114753934%
184Halton114704137%
185Stockton-on-Tees114082100%
186Sandwell113991110%
187Barking and Dagenham11110387%
188Bracknell Forest107772827%
189Poole104772726%
190Inverclyde1019388%
191Monmouthshire99861010%
192Bridgend92751416%
193Middlesbrough90072100%
194Peterborough90671821%
195Canal and Rivers Trust / Scottish Canals88671619%
196Thurrock88711113%
197Newport84622024%
198Rhondda Cynon Taff84711214%
199Network Rail82671316%
200Portsmouth75581521%
201Pembrokeshire696457%
202Clackmannanshire64313352%
203Carmarthenshire615747%
204Hartlepool47041100%
205Ceredigion4640613%
206Rutland39241233%
207Merthyr Tydfil3832616%
208Isle of Anglesey36251029%
209Torfaen3324927%
210Transport Wales3224825%
211Blaenau Gwent202000%
212Comhairle nan Eilean Siar148643%
213zz Unknown61150%
214Shetland41375%

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