The Kent County Council governs the non-metropolitan Kent County, being based in the South East region of England. This council is responsible for all the towns that are part of Kent County, including Ashford, Kent, Canterbury, Dartford and Dover. Maidstone is the headquarter town of the Kent County, representing the city in which every important decision is taken. As for the address of the Kent County Council, you can find it at: Invicta House, County Hall, Maidstone.
The latest population census for Kent County was performed in 2011, revealing a population of 1.731.400 in the ceremonial county and one of 1.466.500 in the non-metropolitan county. The logo of the Kent County Council is most certainly interesting, with a bright red shield that has a majestic white horse on it and two mythical creatures on the sides of the shield. At the top of the shield, you can find an iron helmet and a small crown that resembles a vessel, while at the bottom there is the Latin inscription, ‘Invicta’.
A number of airports are located at not-so-far distance from the Kent County Council in Maidstone, such as: London City Airport (39 miles from Maidstone), London Gatwick Airport (45 miles from Maidstone), London Southend Airport (52 miles from Maidstone), London Stansted Airport (62 miles from Maidstone) and London Heathrow Airport (67 miles from Maidstone). Between the Kent County Council in Maidstone and London, there are 41 miles.