Landscape and garden maintenance tender for housing in Scotland

Scottish Enterprise Investment Properties is offering up to £2,421,000 over 3 to 6 years.

Scottish Enterprise, Scotland's main economic development agency, is seeking contractors to provide landscape maintenance operations on a regular basis through the growing season and winter months to a portfolio of development Affected Properties across Scotland.

The contract has two lots - Lot 1 (East Sites) and Lot 2 (West Sites). Bidders may tender for one or both lots.

The contract is due to commence in April 2022 for 3 years with an option of extending the contract by a further three periods of 12-months.

Services to be undertaken include but are not limited to: amenity grass cutting, rough grass cutting, strimming path and road edges, weed control, hedge trimming, shrub pruning and weed control, arboricultural services (tree thinning/felling), maintenance of SUDS elements, cleaning of hardstanding areas (sweeping, leaf clearance, gully cleaning, etc), litter picking.

Additional ad hoc services may also be required at certain Affected Properties throughout the term of this contract and may include, but are not necessarily limited to; repairs to fences; removal of fly tipped rubbish; fitting of replacement padlocks; felling or pruning of trees at property boundaries; and treatment of non-native invasive plant species.

The closing date for receipt of expressions of interest is 28 February 2022.

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