The Nottinghamshire County Council is located in the East Midlands regions of Great Britain, handling all the public services for the entire Nottinghamshire County. The towns that belong to Nottinghamshire County include but are not limited to: Bulwell, Carlton, Eastwood, Kilton and Newark-on-Trent. The Nottinghamshire County Council can be found in the headquarter town of the county – Nottingham – at the County Hall, on Loughborough Road.
The population of Nottinghamshire County is distributed as it follows – 1.090.600 people in the ceremonial county and 786.700 in the non-metropolitan county (2011 population census). The logo of the Nottinghamshire County Council has green and white as primary colors, the green shield with a golden tree being the central element of the logo. A white dog and a black mythical creature guard the shield, while at the top there are an iron helmet and a small crown. The Latin inscription ‘Sapienter Proficiens’ completes the unique logo.
If you are looking for a direct flight to London, you can consider the following airports that are closely located to Nottingham: East Midlands Airport (19 miles from Nottingham), Birmingham Airport (51 miles from Nottingham) and Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield (51 miles from Nottingham). The road travel between Nottingham and London requires a distance of 109 miles to be covered.