Huge landscape maintenance framework on offer in Kent

Kent County Council is offering £20m over four years.

The council says services covered by the framework agreement may include, but not be limited to:

  • Soft landscaping, using traditional and non-traditional treatments.
  • Maintenance of grassed areas
  • Planting and maintaining shrub beds and hedges
  • Laying or improving turf
  • Container planting
  • Establishing beds and borders
  • Pruning
  • Hard landscaping
  • Fencing
  • Decking
  • Walls
  • Patios
  • Water features
  • Gazebos
  • Maintenance of sports facilities including mowing grass and line marking,
  • Removal of snow and ice from walkways and car parks
  • Gritting pathways and carparks

Tree maintenance of trees including pruning, crown raising, crown thinning, crown reduction, tree surveying and the complete removal and disposal of trees and/or stumps is also required as well as:

  • Weed control including alternative methods
  • Street furniture maintenance
  • Play equipment maintenance
  • Pest control
  • Litter, fly tip and graffiti service
  • Consultancy and planning

The closing date for receipt of expressions of interest is 23 September 2022.

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