Tree work out to tender

Royal Parks need contractor to take on trees maintenance

Two of the green lungs of Greater London need tree maintenance. The Royal Parks is looking for contractors who can carry out the work — which includes felling. The work will be in Richmond Park on the Surrey border and at Bushy Park, where London meets Middlesex. However, those interested will need to have internet access because the invitations to tender will be issued via e-mail. Starting on 1 March next year, the contract is scheduled to run until 29 February 2008. Those interested will have to provide information on their qualified professional staff and facilities and services that can be called upon. They will also have to provide details of similar work carried out in the past three years and include contact details for obtaining references. The deadline for expressions of interest is 22 September, but that is also the date for the receipt of tenders. Details are available from The Royal Parks, The Old Police House, Hyde Park, London W2 2UH. Letters should be marked for the attention of Mike Page. The fax number is 020 7298 2005 and the e-mail is mpage@royalparks. gsi.gov.uk.

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