Tender - Arboriculture Services

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Client: Northern Ireland Housing Executive

Location: Northern Ireland

Value: £500k

Contract duration: 24 months

T1490 — Provision of Tree Surgery Services

The Housing Executive requires a contract for the provision of tree surgery services to ensure that all public open spaces in Northern Ireland Housing Executive’s (Housing Executive’s) ownership are maintained and managed to the requisite standards. The maintenance and management of tree services under this contract generally consists of pruning, felling, stump removal, stump treatment, hedge reduction, hedge trimming and associated reinstated work and related tree surveys within areas affected by the service and some in-curtilage work of dwellings owned by the Housing Executive and on occasions private properties.

Tender submission deadline: 05/08/2019

Northern Ireland Housing Executive
2 Adelaide Street


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