A final comment about the name attributed to the property. There is no reference to “Torri ta’ Lanzun” in any of the documents prior to the acquisition of the property by the Grand Commandery in 1972. The Planning Application, Correspondence and Permit of between 1970 and 1972 refer to the property as “Mensija Farmhouse, Mensija Road, San Gwann”. However, the drawing which accompanied the Planning Permit applied for in March1970 and approved in December 1970 and renewed in February 1972 refers to the “Lanzun Tower, Mensija”. This strengthens the argument that the building was never built as a tower or castle for defensive purposes, but was originally a humble farmhouse with an upgraded first floor. The designation “Torri ta’ Lanzun”, inscribed on a marble plaque at the main entrance door, must have been created by Miss Camilleri and adopted in 1972 by Lt. Col. Gayre, in anticipation of the conversion and extension of the building into a modern “castle”, works which were never carried out. In 2018, the designation “Castello Lanzun” was introduced.