A meeting over Aberdeen’s City Garden Project has been pushed back more than two months to August 22.
The meeting was due to take place next month but councillors have decided to postpone the discussion on the £140m redevelopment of Union Terrace Gardens until a date when all 43 members will be able to attend.
Earlier this month Labour had been criticised by opposition councillors for bringing the meeting forward to June 13.
The SNP said 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 on June 5.
However the parties agreed on Monday that the meeting would take place at a full council meeting on August 22.
Labour spokesman Willie Young said: “The SNP had put forward the motion for the meeting to take place on June 5, which we were happy to do.
“However we have since been asked for a compromise and all councillors were asked when they would be available.
“August 22 was the first available date when all councillors can come together so that is when the meeting will be held.”