The gardener, in his early 20s, was hit by a Bentley on the evening of 6 August in Pembridge Villas, Notting Hill, London.
He had exited his truck after it broke down while he was making his routine nightly rounds to lock up parks in Kensington and Chelsea, where Quadron is the council contractor. While waiting with the vehicle for a repair service it was struck by the Bentley, resulting in fatal injuries.
The car was reportedly abandoned at the scene. Police have now arrested George Claudiu Albu, 31, and charged him with death by dangerous driving and failing to stop at the scene of a collision, causing death by driving a vehicle not in accordance with licence and causing death by driving a vehicle while uninsured.
Albu will appear at West London Magistrates' Court today (10 August).
In a press statement Quadron said: "Despite only having worked for Quadron for a short time, Chris had already proved himself an extremely reliable and well-liked member of staff, and was a valued member of the Kensington and Chelsea team. He will be greatly missed by all who worked with him, and our thoughts are with Chris's family and friends at this deeply upsetting time."