At a specially convened Glasgow Council 'policy development and scrutiny committee' meeting later today, Glasgow SNP leader John Mason will call for the £74 million scheme to be abandoned in an effort to avoid further cost overruns.
The riverside landmark on the banks of the River Clyde - near the massive Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre - has already jumped from £60 to £74 million, after being initially costed at £50.5 million ( Costs rocket on Zaha's Glasgow transport museum ).
Despite Mason's fears that Glasgow could have a 'Holyrood' on its hands, a source close to the project told the AJ that there was a good chance that the project would proceed.
'The SNP are just making a point. But this project will not go from £74 million to £700 million,' said the source. 'There will be a debate, but I expect the decision to be in favour of the project.'