THE Deva Stadium is to be upgraded with extra hospitality, refreshment and retail facilities - subject to planning permission.
Eight corporate boxes should be completed by the end of February with one already being used and another sold, and the West Stand will have a reception area, a canteen with an office, and shower and toilet facilities for the youth development squads.
The standing areas behind the goals will have bar facilities, refreshment areas and souvenir shops. Queensferry Sports have already expressed an interest in running one of the shops.
When all this work has been completed, the club intend to submit plans for a social club on the site, but not attached to the stadium.
And there is also the possibility that the standing capacity could be increased as the Blues plan for what they hope will be a return to the Football League next season.
Explained general manager Dave Burford: 'The development will be funded by Vaughan Promotions.
The club hasn't applied for any grant aid because this process would take too long. If we want to continue to grow as a club, we need to develop the stadium.
'The team is going in the right direction and now we want to get things right off the pitch. The board is trying to make sure the club isn't being left behind.
'The possibility of providing more standing capacity on the terraces is still under debate. We are doing everything we can to enhance the facilities for our supporters.'