§ 31. Sir W. SUTHERLAND
asked what progress has been made with the release 1809 of hotels in the London area taken over for military purposs, including the Royal Air Force?
§ War Office.
§ De Keyser's Hotel, Adastral House, arrangements are under consideration for the early evacuation of this hotel.
§ Carter's Hotel, Albemarle Street. Released about the end of March, 1919.
§ War Department.
§ Great Central Hotel, Marylebone, used as an Officer's Hospital, will be vacated in the autumn.
§ Endsleigh Palace Hotel is managed by a Committee of the British Red Cross, with whom the War Department is in communication concerning its release.
§ Old Brunswick Hotel, Blackwall, was not used as a hotel when taken over, but as a hospital for Tropical Diseases by the Port of London Authority.
§ St. Andrew's Hotel, Guildford Street, has already been vacated.
§ Russell Court Hotel will be vacated by 1st July, 1919.
§ Privatali Hotel will be vacated within a week or two.
§ Buckingham Palace Hotel and Premier Hotel, Southampton Row, are being retained as hostels where beds are reserved for soldiers during demobilisation.
§ Royal Air Force.
§ Hotel Cecil will be vacated by the end of June, evacuation commencing at once.
§ Adelphi Hotel was given up in April, 1919.
§ Orchard Hotel, Portland Street, will probably be vacated by the end of July, 1919.
§ Covent Garden Hotel was vacated in April, 1919.
§ Cavendish Hotel, Jermyn Street, was vacated in January, 1919.
§ Canadian Red Cross.
§ Petrograd Hotel will be given up shortly.
§ New Zealand Headquarters.
§ Tollard Royal Hotel was empty for three years before being taken over by the War Department, and it is doubtful if it will continue to be used as a hotel.
§ American Expeditionary Force Headquarters.
§ Belgrave Mansions Hotel — Release by the American Expeditionary Force is under consideration.1810
§ Goring Hotel, already vacated by American Expeditionary Force: