Derbyshire County Council is the local authority that is responsible for the entire region of Derbyshire County, East Midlands. Derby, Chesterfield, Long Eaton, Ilkeston and Swadlincote are just five of the many towns that belong to Derbyshire County Council. The headquarter town in this part of the UK is Derby, which also represents the unitary authority area. The address of the Derbyshire County Council is: Highways Depot, Station Road, Darley, Matlock.
The 2011 population estimate has revealed a population of 1.019.500 in the ceremonial county of Derbyshire, with 770.600 being in the non-metropolitan county. The number of people in each town varies from as little as 10.000 to as much as 100.000 in the bigger towns. The Derbyshire County Council has a very interesting logo, with a shield as a central element, protected on both sides by a deer and a buck. On top of the shield, there is a dragon holding an axe, while at the bottom lies a Latin inscription, ‘Bene Consulendo’.
The nearest airports to the Derbyshire County Council include: East Midlands Airport (16 miles from Derby), Birmingham Airport (43 miles from Derby), Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield (61 miles from Derby) and Manchester Airport (71 miles from Derby). The distance between the Derbyshire County Council and London is of 124 miles, being covered in around 2 hours and 26 minutes.