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One of the UK’s most dynamic and fast-growing Facilities Management services providers, Norse has the financial strength so vital in times of economic pressure.

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¼ million trees planted as Norse work continues on NNDR

Despite delays to the road construction project itself and the very bad weather this year, Norse’s grounds teams have been continuing the planting along the Norwich Norther Distributor Road.

Norse’s Simon Mutton, Head of Policy and Planning on the project said; “By the end of March 2018 we will have planted around 250,000 trees, hedging whips and shrubs, approximately 2/3 of the 19.8-kilometre road. The remaining third will now be completed as part of the 2018/19 planting season.”

Last year teams began planting the first of what will ultimately be 23,000 common reed plants, in the 24 attenuation lagoons along the route. As these plants have a narrow planting window of June/July they are programmed for completion this summer.

Following the end of planting in early April 2018, Norse will be mulching all the plants put in. The remainder of the summer will entail primarily maintenance such as strimming and spraying of planted areas.

“I’m aware that a few people have commented that the trees along the route seem to be askew,” Simon Mutton said. “The specification requires the larger trees to be staked, with the stakes put in at a 45% angle. So, when driving past, it can give the illusion/impression of it being the actual tree stems.”

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