A new date for a debate on the City Garden Project has been arranged.
Earlier this week, Labour announced that their intention to bring forward a full council meeting by two weeks to discuss the £140m redevelopment of Union terrace Gardens on June 13.
The SNP hit out at the move, saying that four councillors would miss the crucial vote due to being on holiday.
The Nationalists proceeded to lodge a request for a special meeting to take place within 14 days.
The meeting on the Union Terrace Gardens revamp is now scheduled to be held on June 5.
The full council meeting is also expected to go ahead on June 13.
The SNP still have the option to withdraw their motion for a meeting on June 5 if an alternative date can be agreed.
Group leader Callum McCaig has said his preference for the debate would be June 27 – the date the full council meeting had initially been scheduled for.
A public referendum has already been held on the £140m plans to redevelop Union Terrace Gardens in the centre of Aberdeen. More than 85,000 people voted in a public referendum on the contentious project with 52% voting in favour of the project.
Local businessman Sir Ian Wood has pledged £50m towards the project and a further £20m is expected to be generated from the private sector.
Aberdeen City Council is proposing to borrow a £92m tax incremental financing loan to cover the remaining cost of the project along with four other regeneration schemes.