SUPERMARKET bosses have provided a conservatory for residents at a sheltered housing complex - after taking away their "scenic" view.
Tesco has paid for a £24,000 conservatory to be built at St James's Court, Brighouse.
The company has also paid for landscaping to the North British Housing Association property.
St James's Court, which comprises about 30 flats, used to overlook three bowling greens and a cricket pitch when the land alongside was used by Brighouse Sports and Social Club.
But the club moved to a new site when Tesco took the land for development - leaving the residents next door to a new supermarket, petrol station and shoppers' car park.
The conservatory was built by Brighouse-based joinery firm Montgomery and Son.
The keys to the conservatory were handed over to St James's Court service support officer Helen Brown by Beverley Simpson, of Montgomery and Son at an official opening ceremony.
The project was organised by construction group Taylor Woodrow, which built the Tesco store.
Montgomery and Son managing director Ian Montgomery said: "The housing complex used to have a nice outlook. Tesco wanted to do something to make up for the loss."
Montgomery and Son, which has 68 employees, built and fitted out the spacious flat-roofed conservatory over five weeks.
The traditional joinery business is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
In the past two months it has branched out from installing conservatories to designing and building them.