The chairman of the commission attended a meeting at Windsor in his personal capacity in order to be informed about the situation there and to give advice. There was never any 'rebellion' at the commission about the chairman's contribution, nor was there any 'unanimous' decision in May, or at any other time, by the commission that the restoring of the Wyatville interior of St George's Hall 'would be wrong'.
Commissioners have undoubtedly individual views on the matter, but the commission has never considered the matter as a body, let alone reached any decision. It has, however, agreed that the chairman should continue his membership of the Windsor Committee in his personal capacity, and so keep the commission members in touch with developments. When the moment comes, the commission will give its official assessment of the plans for any projects submitted to it or called before it.
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