IRD Duhallow seeks suppliers for biodiverse planting
Applications being sought from suppliers to provide trees, shrubs, plants and flowers for native hedgerows, biodiversity gardens, roadsides, greens, park areas, etc.
8 October 2020
At Growtrade we highlight public procurement opportunities from around Ireland that would be suitable to landscapists, growers, turfgrass professionals, horticulturalists, and forestry professionals.
Here is one such tender, IRD Duhallow Community Development Working Group is seeking tenders from suppliers to provide trees, shrubs, plants and flowers for native hedgerows, biodiversity gardens, roadsides, greens and park areas, for over 40 communities in the Duhallow region.
IRD Duhallow Community Development Working Group proposes to engage in a competitive process for the establishment of a framework agreement for the sale of native hedgerows, trees and plants. IRD Duhallow is a community-based partnership company established in 1989 to promote rural development in Duhallow covering North West Cork, South East Kerry and Mid Cork. IRD Duhallow represents a collective strategic vision for the socio-economic development of the region. It is an experienced development group driven by the community with formal structures to ensure maximum community participation. It has a thirty-year track record, in the implementation of various National and European Programmes.
Types of Contract: Supplies
Response Deadline: 28/10/2020 12:30:00
Buyer: IRD Duhallow Ltd, James o’Keeffe Institute, Newmarket, Co Cork, Ireland. Contact: Maura Walsh
03121100-6 Live plants, bulbs, roots, cuttings and slips
03450000-9 Tree-nursery products
03451100-7 Bedding plants
You can view and apply for this contract here.