New Tenders - Weed clearance

Contract could be worth £1.05 million.

Cardiff Council is seeking to appoint a contractor to apply pesticides and fertilisers across a range of public spaces to control weeds and invasive species, such as Japanese Knotweed.

The contract runs from 1 April for up to four years, with an estimated yearly spend in the region of £263,000.

The tender process will take place online. Register here by 24 February.




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