Residents at Maple Court are enjoying a new garden ready for summer thanks to their landlord, Incommunities.
Following requests from sheltered residents, a local area bid was made to the housing group’s neighbourhood team to create an attractive outside space everyone could enjoy.
The garden features a paved area, wooden benches and raised flower beds and has been created by Bingley Landscapes Ltd.
Residents raised money from a coffee morning towards funding the bedding area complete with colourful planting.
Maple Court resident, Mrs Jess Spencer said: "The garden looks beautiful and the flowers are lovely too.
"It will be ideal for everyone when we get some warmer weather!"
Janet Warren, Scheme Coordinator at Maple Court, said: "It’s great to see residents enjoying the garden and getting together with their neighbours.
"They really wanted a garden that was shaded so that they could sit out in the summer. A big thank you to Richard Breese from the landscapers who has helped create an outdoor space residents can be proud of."
Anna Fryer, Incommunities’ Director of Neighbourhoods, said: "We are delighted to have responded to residents in this way.
The garden makes an ideal place for residents and visitors to socialisetogether. It also shows our commitment to improving our customers’ lives and the quality of accommodation we offer."