Tender - Arboriculture in Birmingham

Birmingham City Council is tendering for the provision of non-highway tree maintenance for a period of five years.

The local authority has approximately 736,000 trees that need regular inspection as well as emergency work and the city is split into two lots - north and south.

Register online at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/birminghamcc by 5 December. For details, call 0121 464 8000 or email cps@birmingham.gov.uk.


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