As part of the overall Lough Erne Landscape Partnership (LELP) heritage initiative, Lough Erne Wildfowlers’ Council (LEWC) have secured funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to continue and expand their existing project on Boa Island working with local landowners to restore and maintain suitable habitat for a number of wading bird species which have been in decline as breeding species in the area in recent decades.
LEWC wish to commission a contractor to undertake scrub clearance and regrowth control to help to deliver our breeding wading birds conservation project in the Boa Island area of Lough Erne.
Contract for the management and removal of scrub by cutting, stacking, burning, removing debris, injecting/painting stumps and spraying gorse (whin) and bramble regrowth within approximate area identified of land at Brockagh Point on Boa Island, Lower Lough Erne and at Mullans, Boa Island, Lower Lough Erne.
Any contractor wishing to inspect the sites must contact Michael Stinson on 07890358239.
For Tender Application click here
Information of Mullans site click here
Information on Brockagh site click here
Extension to closing Date – 1st February 2022