THUBTEN CHÖKHOR LING The Island Where the Wheel of Buddha’s Teachings Turns
The Temple Project
Gomde UK has been granted full planning permission to build an authentic Buddhist Monastery and Temple, which Rinpoche has recently named, Thubten Chökor Ling. True to Rinpoche’s original vision, the name he has given means, ‘The Island Where the Wheel of Buddha’s Teachings Turns'.
The development will be in harmony with the existing architecture of the estate with some modern elements to utilise the beauty and tranquility of the site.
This is a time for true celebration. It is also a call to action — for now is the time to build!
The 180 – acre estate is managed under a conservation stewardship agreement enabling all our land management to have conservation as its priority.
We are committed to a practical policy of sustainability and self-sufficiency. This includes harvesting renewable energy equivalent to our needs (wood and sun), tending an expanding organic vegetable garden and orchard, and ensuring that all our operational practices nurture and sustain the environment.