The West Sussex County Council is responsible for all the districts and boroughs that are part of the West Sussex County, being part of the UK’s South region. Arundel, Bognor Regis, Chichester, East Grinstead and Horsham are several of the towns that belong to West Sussex. The county town of West Sussex is Chichester, with the West Sussex County Council having its offices at: County Hall, West Street, Chichester.
The non-metropolitan county of West Sussex has a population of 808.900 people, this estimate having been made in 2011. The West Sussex County Council has one of the most unique logos you have ever seen, with a blue and gold shield standing at the central element. On the blue part of the shield, there are six golden birds. Decorative elements come to complete the logo, with an iron helmet and a golden crown standing at the top of the shield.
There are four airports that are found in the vicinity of the West Sussex County Council (Chichester): Southampton Airport (32 miles from Chichester), London Gatwick Airport (46 miles from Chichester), Bournemouth Airport (61 miles from Chichester) and London Heathrow Airport (75 miles from Chichester). One can drive from Chichester to London, covering a distance of 54 miles.