St Andrew's Cathedral in Singapore is the seat of the Bishop of Singapore, the Primate of the Anglican Province of Southeast Asia. The neo-Gothic church was inspired by the ruined Netley Abbey in England. Built in 1842 by Indian convicts, the cathedral is a landmark in the middle of Singapore's business district. There is a worship service for Filipino residents of the city-state every Sunday. The church has stones from Canterbury in its fabric, thereby showing its communion with St Augustine's see.