Buckinghamshire County Council is located in the Buckinghamshire County, with the following cities belonging to it: Aylesbury, Milton Keynes, High Wycombe, Buckingham and Beaconsfield. The headquarter town of the Buckinghamshire County Council is Aylesbury, at the following address: Walton Street, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.
According to the population census organized in 2011, Buckinghamshire County had a population of 505.300 people, living in approximately 200.000 households. The logo of the Buckinghamshire County Council is represented by a white swan in chains, dating from the Anglo-Saxon period. It was then that a lot of swans were bred in this part of the UK, so as to satisfy the personal preferences of the king. The swan is presented in chains, as it is subordinated to the monarch, a law that is still as valid today as it was back then.
The airports that are the closest located to Buckinghamshire County Council include: London Heathrow airport (south of the county), Luton airport (north-east and east of the county) and Birmingham airport (north-west of the county). The distance between Buckinghamshire County Council and London is of 42.9 miles and you can cover it in approximately one hour and eighteen minutes.