A Huddersfield petrol station badly damaged by fire should be open by the end of this month.
And the shop that was gutted by the inferno at Birchencliffe filling station has just been demolished and should be rebuilt within 12 to 16 weeks which see it reopen before Christmas.
In the meantime a temporary building will be used as the sales kiosk.
A spokesman for Central England Co-operative said: “We have now finished clearing the damaged buildings and have decided to rebuild the store in its original footprint.
“We are estimating that the rebuilding work could take between 12 to 16 weeks to complete.
“We are also set to start selling fuel from a temporary cabin by the end of August.
“We will be selling newspapers, flowers, cigarettes, tobacco and a selection of items from the temporary site.”
The blaze on Saturday, July 23, wrecked the Central England Co-operative convenience store in Halifax Road but, thankfully, did not spread to the petrol station. It is thought an electrical fault may have sparked the blaze which tore through the roof of the shop.
At the height of the blaze six fire engines and an aerial appliance dealt with the flames.
Smoke was first seen by a customer who noticed what looked like steam coming through the roof tiles. He alerted staff who evacuated the shop and called the fire service.
It took an hour and a half to bring the blaze under control.
The tank for the petrol is underground and fire crews made it safe through an isolation switch.
Immediately afterwards looters tried to raid the wrecked shop but were chased away by security staff and the spokeswoman said the site has been kept secure and fenced off ever since.
At its height, plumes of thick black smoke could be seen coming from the roof of the shop.