Bob Widd, Senior Arboricultural Officer for Luton Council and Luke Fay, Treework, meet to start off the 2023 Arb framework
Treework Environmental Practice is thrilled to announce that we have been selected as the sole supplier to Luton Borough Council, following a highly competitive tender process. This appointment positions us as the trusted partner to deliver a comprehensive range of arboricultural services over the next four years.
As part of this framework agreement, Treework will support the council by providing essential services to ensure the safety and preservation of over 10,000 council-owned trees. Leveraging the council’s own Arbortrak GIS system, our team will conduct annual safety inspections, employing our expertise to meticulously assess the health and condition of these valuable assets.
In addition to routine inspections, we are committed to working closely with Luton Borough Council to develop strategic plans that contribute to wider tree management initiatives. With a focus on critical challenges such as Ash Dieback, we will assist in formulating robust strategies to address this issue and ensure the long-term health and vitality of Luton’s tree population. Moreover, we will play an integral role in crafting innovative tree planting strategies that align with the council’s ambitious vision of achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040.
Our expertise extends to ancient and veteran trees, and we are excited to undertake inspections and provide comprehensive reporting on the magnificent specimens in Stockwood Park. By carefully assessing their condition and offering informed recommendations, we will aid in the preservation and protection of these treasured natural assets.
Treework Environmental Practice is honoured to have earned the trust of Luton Borough Council through our proven track record of excellence in arboricultural services. We are fully committed to supporting the council’s goals and working collaboratively to ensure the sustainable management and enhancement of Luton’s urban tree canopy.
With this appointment, we are eager to embark on this significant partnership, delivering the highest standards of professional expertise and helping Luton Borough Council achieve its vision for a greener and more sustainable future.
Jane Conway, Operations Manager for Parks Development and Arboriculture said “I am absolutely thrilled to have Treework Environmental Practice on board to support the Luton Council, Parks and Countryside Service with management of the town’s trees. Their expertise and dedication will be invaluable as we work together towards a greener and more sustainable future for our community. With Treework on board, I have full confidence in our team’s ability to navigate the challenges of tree management in the coming years.”