The Devon County Council is located in Exeter, being the administrative body for the entire region of Devon County. There are a number of towns that fall under the administrative care of the Devon County Council, such as: Plymouth, Torquay, Paignton, Exmouth and Newton Abbot. Given the fact that the council is located in Exeter, it is clear that this is the headquarter town. The address of the Devon County Council is: County Hall, Topsham Road, Exeter.
The ceremonial county of Devon has a population of 1.135.700, out of which 747.900 are part of the non-metropolitan area (2011 estimate). The Coat of Arms of the Devon County Council is represented by a blue & white shield, with a boat and a red lion on it. On the lateral sides of the shield, there are a bull and a fantastic creature, with a lion head as well. A crown and the head of a majestic horse stand at the top of the shield.
Among the airports that are located at a close distance from the Devon County Council, there are: Exeter International Airport (10 miles from Exeter) and Cardiff Airport (126 miles from Exeter). From the Exeter-located Devon County Council to London, there are no less than 197 miles to be covered (3 hours and 22 minutes).