Emerald Headingley Stadium


Emerald Headingley Stadium


Refurbishment and fit-out

Start & Completion

January 2019 -

May 2019


20 weeks

In May 2019, Styles&Wood completed an extensive programme of works at the Emerald Headingley Stadium refitting the Directors’ Suite main lounge, new toilet facilities, and back of house facilities including two kitchens and private dining facilities.

All internal fittings and furnishings were bespoke, with carpets, wallpaper, joinery, flooring, trims and bulkheads all individually commissioned and hand-made.

Works also included a full M&E strip-out and new installation including air handling units, fire systems and lighting controls.


Styles&Wood also completed works on The North Stand via Principal Contractor Caddick Construction. This involved the delivery of a full refit of 13 boxes, a banqueting suite, eight toilets blocks, corridors and the corporate reception.

Extentia Group’s interior design specialist SpaceInvader and design led furniture supplier Ralph Capper also worked on The North Stand project.

The new areas provide panoramic views across both the cricket and rugby grounds, with the ability to reconfigure the space for conferences and events.

The works form part of the £45 million redevelopment of the stadium, which is home to the Leeds Rhinos rugby league club, Yorkshire Carnegie rugby union club and Yorkshire County Cricket Club.

Rob Oates, Commercial Director

“Our partnership with Extentia Group, including Styles&Wood, has helped us complete our new £45m redevelopment of the facilities. The Directors’ Suite and The North Stand are both stunning. The projects have involved tight deadlines and high specifications, which have been no problem for this exceptional team.”

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