The Outer Temple Listed Building

The Outer Temple Listed Building


Instructed by our client GMS Estates Ltd, Fresson and Tee Property Management department manages this spectacular Grade II listed 19th Century building called "The Outer Temple". Named after the remains of a Roman Temple which used to occupy the site. Situated in a prime location on the Strand, directly opposite the Royal Courts of Justice. Occupied by chambers and heavily used by Barristers to upper floors and formally Lloyd’s Bank at ground level.

A flagstone public passageway with wrought iron roof lantern through runs through it, leading to Middle Temple at the rear. Passing the beautiful mosaic giraffe and ornate wrought iron and stone cantilevered staircase, which runs up through the core of the building within the common parts.

The historic nature combined with its architectural style means that it is a favoured place for TV and film location directors.

Our Property Management department handles all the landlord and tenant matters relating to the occupation and management. As well as service charge, rent collection and facilities management.

Working in synergy with our Architecture and Building Consultancy department, Fresson & Tee have previously completed the successful project management of the common parts repairs and redecorations carried out by Fallon & Co. As well as sympathetic externals overhaul, brick cleaning, lime mortar repointing and stone masonry repairs.

Last year our inhouse Building Surveyors were involved in an extensive dilapidation claim with Lloyd’s Bank upon lease expiry, acting on behalf of the Landlord. At present we are negotiating a separate dilapidations claim with an office tenant.

 

 

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