New Tenders - Grounds maintenance

Contractor sought for five-year housing association deal.

Magna West Somerset Housing Association in Dorchester is looking for a contractor for grounds maintenance and associated activities.

Work includes 85,000 square metres of grass cutting in 83 locations, 6,500 metres of hedge management in 60 locations and looking after 2,000 trees in 80 locations, 50,000 square metres of hard landscape and 10,000 square metres of shrub and rose beds.

The contract runs from 1 February 2016 to 31 January 2021 with the possibility to be renewed twice for up to two years.

Interested parties can download the pre-qualification questionnaire from www.advantageswtenders.co.uk and must complete it by 9 March at 10am.

Invitations to tender for selected candidates will be sent out on 5 June.

Contact Rupert Harrison on rupert.harrison@magna.org.uk for more information.


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