Beechwood Trees and Landscapes Ltd have won the contract for the supply of Urban Forestry Services for Coventry City Council inside the city boundaries. The contract will for five years, with the possibility to have the contracted extended for five years.
Urban Forestry services will be carried out on a variety of different environments such as highways, parks, open spaces, woodlands, verges, commercial property sites, schools, community centres, libraries and residential estates.
Simon Rotheram, Managing Director of Beechwood Trees and Landscapes Ltd, who also lives in Coventry, said:
“We are really proud to be maintaining the trees in the City that we were established in. Coventry is our home town and the residence for many of our employees.
“Being a local company has many positive impacts in the service delivery, from local knowledge, to response times, along with sustainability and reducing environmental impact.
This all benefits the local community.”
The implementation of the contract has run smoothly and the Beechwood teams of tree surgeons have already taken on some exciting projects, as well as the general maintenance like the ongoing maintenance of some of the city’s highway pollarding operations.
In addition to the contract work being carried out, there has already been added value to the arrangement and giving back to the community, such as engagement and assistance with the local tree wardens and installation of bat and bird boxes at the local country park.