Quinquennial Inspection of the Chapel in Windsor

Quinquennial Inspection of the Chapel at the Convent of St John the Baptist, Windsor – Grade II* Listed

We are pleased to have been appointed quinquennial church inspectors for this beautiful grade II* listed chapel which forms part of the Convent of St John the Baptist, Windsor.

This imposing red brick building with highly ornate interior and a stunning carved stone reredos was designed by notable Victorian architect Henry Woodyer – a student of William Butterfield and disciple of Augustus Pugin – and built in 1881.

All churches must have a condition inspection every five years, to ensure the long-term efficacy of the fabric and the building’s suitability for worship and a host of other community activities.

A quinquennial inspection involves a thorough survey of all aspects of a building’s fabric and is intended to identify problems which have developed since the last time it was inspected and to establish priorities for repair.