The Grade I listed Trinity House was built as the headquarters for the venerable Corporation of Trinity House by Samuel Wyatt between 1793-6 and rebuilt internally and extended by Sir Albert Richardson in 1952-3 after war damage of 1940. Constructed from Portland Stone, the building is of a double-depth plan in a Neo-classical style. Richardsons extension is of brick with stone dressings over channelled stone rustication to the ground floor. The east windows contain stained glass of late 16th to 18th century date from the first recorded Trinity House at Deptford. Further stained glass is by Francis H Spear. The building also contains statues by Jasper Latham and Scheemakers.