The Hertfordshire County Council is the governing authority of the non-metropolitan county of Hertfordshire, being located in the South East of the UK. Buntingford, Ware, Harlow, Bishop’s Stortford and St Albans are few of the towns that belong to Hertfordshire County, their administrative problems being handled by the Hertfordshire County Council. The headquarter town is Hertford and the address of the Hertfordshire County Council is: County Hall, Pegs Lane, Hertford.
The 2011 Census for the Hertfordshire County identified a population of 1.119.800 people. The logo of the Hertfordshire County Council is represented by a blue and white shield, with a smaller golden shield as a central element. On that shield, there is a small deer and at the top of the big shield, one can find a golden crown that resembles a castle. The shield is protected at both sides by two deer, each bearing a smaller shield in gold and blue colors. The message ‘Trust and Fear not’ is at the bottom of the shield.
The closest airports to Hertford: London Stansted airport (20 miles from Hertford), London Luton Airport (20 miles from Hertford), London City Airport (33 miles from Hertford), London Heathrow Airport (40 miles from Hertford), London Southend Airport (48 miles from Hertford) and London Gatwick Airport (73 miles from Hertford). The distance between the Hertfordshire County Council (Hertford) and London is of 24 miles (54 minutes).