Gristwood & Toms scoops £4.8m arboriculture contract

Gristwood & Toms has beaten seven competitors to win a lucrative contract to supply tree maintenance services to the London Borough of Bromley.

The contract, worth £4.8 million will cover works including surveying and planting across the Council's landholdings.

Bromley has in excess of 60,000 trees across its highways, parks, cemeteries, churchyards, schools and allotments.

In addition, there is an undefined number across 40 woodland and conservation sites managed by the Council.

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