It has been a busy week on site at Emerald Headingley with the South Stand steel and pre-cast concrete now nearly reaching the Western Terrace.

Roof preparation works for the first phase of roof installation is progressing well whilst drainage under the stand and on the pitchside concourse is coming along well whilst fans who have recently walked along St Michael’s Lane will have noticed that internal blockwork is now well underway under the South Stand as you can see the internal lay out of the stand beginning to emerge.

Over in the Main Stand preparations of the foundations and drainage continues with site being prepared for the installation of the temporary stand for the new Rhinos season underway with the stand installation planned for 12th February.

Fans watching the exclusive SMUK.co.uk live webcam will begin to notice major changes to the North Stand when the structural steel frame begins to be installed from 19th February.

Away from the two stands, work is progressing well on the Pavilion Link Structure. This will link the original pavilion which hosts the Premier, Executive, Legends and Taverners Suites, amongst other facilities, for the first time with the Main Stand and mean that fans will not need to leave the building to reach their seats in the stand.

The foundations have been installed this week and the structural steelwork commences at the start of this week.

Remember you can follow all the developments via our live SMUK.co.uk webcam with three webcams covering the whole site.