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Thubten Chökor Ling
A temple for this and many future generations to come
Situated in the centre of a six-acre meadow and built from local Yorkshire limestone, the Temple has been designed to last for this and many future generations to come. Could a building be designed to last until the end of time? We have settled for 500 years. Knowing all to be impermanent, much emphasis has been placed on the structural design which incorporates proven strength and durability, partnered with accessibility and simplicity.
The design of Thubten Chökor Ling Temple
The temple will be comprised of three floors with a central glass pavilion opening into a large atrium, which will illuminate the floors below. The roof terrace will offer panoramic views and all surmounted by a golden alloy roof.

The ground floor shrine hall will accommodate up to 500 people with large shrines to Buddha Shakyamuni and Padmasambhava. The first floor will house a substantial library with glazed vertical wall panels to enclose the library facilities and provide views through the atrium of the shrine hall below.

The Temple will be a significant building on many important levels. It will also provide an inspiring physical home for the teachings of the Buddha to be nurtured, practised and accomplished. The Temple will benefit many beings on different levels; from those who simply, but significantly, decide to be kinder, to those who seek liberation and to free all beings.
The Monastery Quadrangle
Alongside the temple development, we are developing the amenities for people to gather. The quadrangle is a well designed and adaptable base for Rinpoche’s vision of Thubten Chökor Ling to unfold over the coming years. 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. The complex is mainly cited around an existing courtyard which includes the historic hall, with all buildings being linked by a glazed cloister.