§ MR. HORNIMAN (Chelsea)
To ask the Secretary of State for War from what source the capital expended on the present site and buildings of the Duke of York's School, Chelsea, was derived; whence came the capital for the purchase of the new site near Dover and the buildings now being erected there, and by what board or authority was the money allotted and expended; and what authority will control the disposal of the present site and buildings at Chelsea, and the disposal of any balance should the same be sold.
(Answered by Mr. Secretary Haldane.) It appears from the records which are readily available that the moneys for the acquisition of the site and the provision of the present buildings were derived partly from public funds and partly from 1031 unclaimed prize moneys. The money for the new site and buildings is being provisionally met from the Military Works Loan. The money was allotted by the Army Council, acting in concert with the Treasury and the Office of Works. The authority for the disposal of the present site and buildings and the moneys derived from the sale thereof will be the Office of Works, acting in concert with the Army Council and the Treasury.
§ MR. HORNIMAN
To ask the Secretary of State for War under what Act, scheme, or bequest is the capital represented by the building and site of the Duke of York's School, Chelsea, administered; and are the same printed, or where can they be inspected by persons interested therein.
(Answered by Mr. Secretary Haldane.) The estate of the Duke of York's School is administered under the Royal Military Asylum Chelsea (Transfer) Act, 1884.
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