Places 2009 – 2014 1 East Lane, London This was conveniently located next to Tempus Wharf and was acquired by the company to provide additional space for a team of 6-8. 2007 – 2014 Tempus Wharf, London A strategic move to provide a bigger London presence and was next to theThames with great river views.This accommodated a team of 30. 2006 – 2007 Fleet House, London Temple’s first foray into London. Prior to this we used the IOD as our London base. Fleet House was a small serviced office accommodating a team of 4-6. 2004 – 2007 Fronds Park, Reading Part of a regional expansion plan to provide services in the south west (leasehold offices accommodating a team of 8-10). 1999 – Present Barnards, Horsted Keynes Mark Southwood’s home and where Temple was conceived. It started in a back room in the main house and ended up with a team of 6-8 in the Coach House. 2006 – 2007 Homend Mews, Ledbury Part of a regional expansion plan to serve the Gloucester area run by Temple’s Operational Director at the time, John Henry Looney (serviced offices housing a workforce of 2). Temple’s head office was situated in the Coach House on Mark’s property.We had plenty of challenges working from there – regular power cuts (our unisex electric loo stopped working); very cold in the winter with a gale blowing through the front door and extremely hot in the summer, open windows and fans were never enough. Evy Skinner