After thirty-two years, the London Temple was closed for remodeling and refurbishing. An additional 8,500 square feet were added, as well as a fourth floor. In October 1992, President Gordon B. Hinckley rededicated the London England Temple, after a two week public open house. A second British temple was built in 1998 in Chorley, Lancashire.
The London England Temple has a total of , four ordinance rooms, and seven sealing rooms. Despite its "church-like" appearance, inside there is no single substantial, lofty space - the building is more like an office block inside, with room after room. It is faced with white Portland limestone with a green copper spire. Like other Mormon temples, entry is not permitted to any one not holding a temple recommend.