The date for a debate on the future of the controversial City Garden Project could be changed.
Labour announced earlier this week that the £140m redevelopment of Union Terrace Gardens would be discussed at a full council meeting, which they had pushed forward by two weeks to June 13.
This angered opposition parties with the SNP claiming that four councillors would miss the vote due to pre-booked holidays.
The SNP then submitted a request for a special meeting on the project to take place within 14 days.
And it now looks increasingly likely that the vote will be moved after officials took the step of asking all 43 councillors to provide details of when they are available in June in a bid to find a new and suitable date.
Labour insisted they have not backtracked and have reiterated their position that they want the future of the project decided as quickly as possible.
The SNP’s leader Callum McCaig described the moves to find a new date for the meeting as “commonsense”.