TEMPLE MANOR, KENT, ENGLAND

Client: English Heritage

Temple Manor, a Scheduled Ancient Monument, is also a Grade 1 listed Thirteenth Century manorial building constructed by the Templars to provide accommodation for high-status travelling members of the order. The building was extended in the Seventeenth century by the addition of brick structures. The building consists of a rectangular two-storey stone structure, orientated roughly east-west, built from ragstone and flint and carrying a gabled roof. There are brick extensions at the east and west end of the stone building.

In 2012, Alastair Coey Architects were appointed to the condition survey framework of Conservation consultants for the South East Region of England by English Heritage. Alastair Coey Architects have held an ongoing role within the framework, providing elemental and condition surveys as part of the K2 asset management database system currently operated by English Heritage.