In the winter of 1998-99 the Anglican Centre in Rome moved from the northern wing of the Palazzo Doria to more spacious quarters in the southern wing opposite. This move took place under the direction of Canon Bruce Ruddock, then Director. "Six years on it is now time to take a fresh look at the interior arrangements of the Centre, to see how they might be adapted to suit the work the Centre finds itself undertaking today. For example, the chapel has a maximum capacity of 10, yet we often have more worshippers than that at our Eucharists". Sally Thomas, the American design consultant who drew up the original interior plan in 1998 recently visited again and has done a complete re-working of the plans to better meet present needs. The work can only be done if there are donations to cover the costs.