One of South West's largest landlords appoints Gristwood & Toms for tree work

Gristwood & Toms has been appointed by Bath-based housing association Curo Group to deliver tree maintenance services across its extensive property estate.

Image: Gristwood & Toms
Image: Gristwood & Toms

Curo has nearly 8,000 trees currently mapped on its land, covering open spaces, communal gardens and parks across eight local authority areas, which the specialist arboricultural contractor will manage from 1 September.

Besides planned and reactive tree works, Gristwood & Toms will also provide a 24-hour emergency call-out service for tree related incidents.

Its head of sales and marketing Darren Kilby said: "We understand how important a high quality, reliable tree maintenance service is to our client and to their residents, and we look forward to working with Curo to support this, and deliver positive outcomes for the communities we work within."


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