Tender - Plant Growing Services for Forestry

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Client: Forestry Commission

Location: North West

Value: £100,000 to £500,000

Contract duration: 31 March 2021 - 30 March 2024

GB-Delamere: Management of Container Grown Conifer Seedlings

The contract is for the management and delivery of Conifer seedlings for Forestry England. The successful bidder will be provided with seeds to sow on their premises and take care of for a period of approximately six months, when they will be delivered to Forestry England's Plant Nursery in Delamere. Further details are provided in the specification document.

Tender submission deadline: 4 January 2021

Contact:
Forestry Commission
620 Bristol Business Park
Coldharbour Lane
Bristol
03000674059
sam.harris@forestryengland.uk

https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/42d33e1c-47e5-4642-a106-e2c9a241a411?origin=SearchResults&p=2

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