Environment Agency landscape work up for long-term tender

Defra is offering £750,000 for landscaping services.

The Environment Agency is looking to appoint contractors to deliver landscape establishment and aftercare services at sites across the North East, North West and Midlands. The requirement is divided into three regional Lots with between 2 and 4 projects in each Lot. All works are related to capital projects.

Lot 1:
1) Bromford: Implementation & 5 Years Establishment Aftercare.
2) Wychall Reservoir mitigation planting: Implementation & 5 Years Establishment Aftercare.

Lot 2:
1) Clementhorpe: Implementation & 5 Years Establishment Aftercare.
2) Humber Hull frontage: 4 Years Establishment Aftercare (no Implementation).
3) Bentley Ings Pumping Station: 4.5 Years Establishment Aftercare (no Implementation).
4) Torksey: Implementation & 5 Years Establishment Aftercare.

Lot 3:
1) Carlisle phase 1: 9 Years Establishment Aftercare (no implementation).
2) Rickerby: 9 Years Establishment Aftercare (no implementation)

The expected duration of the contract is 10 January 2022 - 31 December 2031.

The closing date for receipt of expressions of interest is 15 November 2021.

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