Hedge Cutting Contract – Sherwood North and Sherwood South

Hedge Cutting Contract – Sherwood North and Sherwood South

Hedgecutting at roadside on public highways – guide area 62500 m2.

Contract summary


Construction and Real Estate

Location of contract

East Midlands

Value of contract


Published date

04 October 2017

Closing date

06 November 2017

Contract start date

20 November 2017

Contract end date

19 November 2022



The Forestry Commission is inviting tenders for the following operations within the Sherwood North and Sherwood South Beats of Central England Forest District –

• Mowing of verges and drains at roadside on public highways with sidearm flail – guide area 37100m2

• Drain maintenance within the wood and on public highways – guide length 6900 m.

• Hedgecutting at roadside on public highways – guide area 62500 m2

Traffic management where required as part of these operations is to be undertaken under the Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual, ‘Safety at Street Works and Road Works (A code of practice)’, as it refers to ‘Mobile and Minor Works carried out from a vehicle’.

Please express your interest in this tender to Val Coulton at the Sherwood office by email by the 30th October 2017 to allow us to notify you of any questions and answers we may receive.


About the buyer

Contact name

Val Coulton


Sherwood Office, Central England Forest District
Kings Clipstone
NG21 9JL




Other information


INVITATION TO TENDER – Hedgecutting etc 4.10.17.doc

Sherwood North, Location map 1.pdf

Sherwood North, Location map 2.pdf

Sherwood North, Location map 3.pdf

Sherwood South, Location map 1.pdf

Sherwood South, Location map 2.pdf

Sherwood South, Location map 3.pdf

Suppliers must express their interest in this tender by the 30th October 2017. To express an interest please email: valerie.coulton@forestry.gov.uk.

Suppliers must download the attached tender documents by the same date.


How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.


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