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 %
1Surrey87027427123814%
2Hampshire4690374889519%
3Essex4121320090622%
4Hertfordshire4032340360415%
5Lancashire3952306486322%
6Kent3840345637510%
7Oxfordshire36562611100928%
8Cheshire East3439254880824%
9Glasgow3191255562220%
10Buckinghamshire3130273738112%
11West Sussex3119228880326%
12Devon3044262539913%
13Gloucestershire2532205146018%
14Cumbria2456176267028%
15Staffordshire2198181737417%
16Transport for London2105184723211%
17Cambridgeshire2102163244922%
18North Yorkshire2059155747723%
19Lincolnshire2047183320510%
20Norfolk1990169428915%
21Edinburgh1986169328614%
22Renfrewshire1893141247925%
23Leeds1867163223312%
24Manchester1737137435220%
25Suffolk1737129642425%
26Wiltshire1714137432719%
27Northamptonshire1657134423915%
28Bristol1641353110276%
29Birmingham1555135418412%
30Derbyshire1482116431121%
31Cheshire West and Chester147873104193%
32York1434208122385%
33Worcestershire1395102335626%
34Warwickshire1373116420315%
35Wandsworth1355110424918%
36Croydon1303100828422%
37Northumberland12533980100%
38Dumfries and Galloway12051126786%
39Lambeth1194101317215%
40Highways England1169103010910%
41Nottinghamshire116795419817%
42Bromley115129961167%
43Sheffield114793820418%
44South Gloucestershire114595817916%
45East Sussex113099912411%
46Liverpool107383722121%
47North Somerset104691412912%
48Islington10404869100%
49Leicestershire103588313814%
50Cardiff100185713313%
51Kirklees95474619721%
52Barnet90474316118%
53Westminster88476510112%
54Somerset85969114918%
55Hounslow85746433042%
56Bath and North East Somerset83148133541%
57Stockport80058517123%
58Warrington78644232943%
59Herefordshire7766779212%
60Central Bedfordshire76444530741%
61Haringey74861013418%
62Southwark7346438412%
63Camden72559012718%
64Plymouth70337528543%
65Shropshire70147121031%
66South Lanarkshire69353915122%
67Brent68140626740%
68Trafford67948015024%
69Southampton6455766410%
70Coventry62840821334%
71West Berkshire62150011719%
72Cornwall60447612020%
73Newcastle5860417100%
74Richmond upon Thames58545810719%
75Tower Hamlets58325825750%
76Kingston-upon-Thames5725066011%
77Durham567944998%
78East Dunbartonshire55628327149%
79Dorset5454479718%
80Fife5344448917%
81Northern Ireland Roads Service5294268717%
82Lewisham52222127956%
83Wokingham50516629664%
84East Riding of Yorkshire504456439%
85Solihull4964395411%
86Oldham46427117840%
87Hackney4593915312%
88Bolton4541358100%
89North Tyneside4520294100%
90Norwich4408130879%
91Reading42710524370%
92Aberdeen4223655714%
93Stoke-on-Trent42117123458%
94Milton Keynes4203566315%
95Bradford4183594712%
96Hillingdon4183407618%
97Isle of Wight404374307%
98Nottingham3903295113%
99Merton3813206016%
100Hammersmith and Fulham3741136397%
101Leicester3723135415%
102Ealing3692758824%
103Bury364332308%
104Windsor and Maidenhead36324910530%
105Sunderland3620266100%
106East Lothian36022512936%
107East Ayrshire3593025716%
108Denbighshire353326247%
109Highland3532856017%
110Transport Scotland350324226%
111Wirral347318288%
112Stirling34620614040%
113Bedford3343616982%
114Wrexham3282794915%
115Walsall3102693712%
116Wakefield302261259%
117Knowsley2972445218%
118Vale of Glamorgan2972158127%
119Rotherham2832176423%
120Swansea2811789836%
121Derby2796919073%
122Havering27910113758%
123Dundee2772146222%
124Sefton2712244717%
125Barnsley2682422610%
126Salford2621697631%
127Brighton and Hove2461785122%
128Aberdeenshire2451449740%
129Gateshead241218699%
130Newham24112011749%
131Perth and Kinross2412152410%
132Darlington229517797%
133Dudley2281953214%
134Tameside225119899%
135Falkirk2241804219%
136Midlothian224202199%
137Swindon2221903214%
138Telford and Wrekin220377768%
139Harrow2161614221%
140Bournemouth2111753316%
141Waltham Forest2108810254%
142Rochdale2041713115%
143South Ayrshire2001703015%
144Calderdale1991712513%
145East Renfrewshire1971455026%
146Greenwich1921593317%
147Bedfordshire1901216836%
148City of London1901275430%
149Enfield1891463720%
150Kingston-upon-Hull181167148%
151North Lanarkshire1761432917%
152Doncaster1721442615%
153Scottish Borders1721274325%
154Wigan1671392113%
155South Tyneside1630121100%
156Southend-on-Sea1631303320%
157Neath Port Talbot1591362314%
158St Helens1581371812%
159Medway1571113926%
160Kensington and Chelsea1511010491%
161West Lothian151816243%
162Argyll and Bute1471272014%
163Gwynedd1471133423%
164Blackburn1461093524%
165Bexley1451102820%
166North East Lincolnshire144974632%
167Wolverhampton141875438%
168Sutton140487561%
169Redcar and Cleveland139110999%
170Powys135993224%
171Angus1311032721%
172Conwy1291062217%
173Slough125506155%
174Flintshire1241121210%
175Blackpool123110119%
176North Ayrshire1221021412%
177North Lincolnshire1181021614%
178Redbridge117485152%
179West Dunbartonshire11711233%
180Torbay116951514%
181Caerphilly114753934%
182Halton114704137%
183Moray114842724%
184Stockton-on-Tees113081100%
185Luton111622932%
186Sandwell111971110%
187Barking and Dagenham1079987%
188Bracknell Forest105762726%
189Inverclyde1019388%
190Monmouthshire99861010%
191Poole98712728%
192Bridgend91741416%
193Middlesbrough90072100%
194Peterborough90671821%
195Thurrock87701114%
196Canal and Rivers Trust / Scottish Canals86651620%
197Rhondda Cynon Taff83701215%
198Network Rail82671316%
199Newport82602025%
200Portsmouth73561521%
201Pembrokeshire666158%
202Clackmannanshire64313352%
203Carmarthenshire575347%
204Hartlepool46040100%
205Ceredigion4539613%
206Rutland39241233%
207Merthyr Tydfil3832616%
208Isle of Anglesey36251029%
209Torfaen3324927%
210Transport Wales3224825%
211Blaenau Gwent202000%
212Comhairle nan Eilean Siar148643%
213zz Unknown61150%
214Shetland41375%

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