A Glasgow City Council report recommends a march proposed by the Regimental Blues for next Saturday, be diverted from its proposed route along Gallowgate and Abercromby Street.
Representatives from Police Scotland opposed the march taking place as planned and argue that, as the proposed route has pubs with 'patrons who opposed the views of the Regimental Blues', there could be a high risk to public safety and public order.
The police objections were informed in part due to the antagonism observed during a silent static protest arranged by the Regimental Blues last month.
This demonstration was held in close proximity to a Republican procession which was then 'disrupted by the members of static protest'.
The report concluded: "There is a high risk of disruption to the life of the community should the procession be permitted to take place as proposed as a result of potential confrontation between participants and patrons of licensed premises spilling over onto public streets.
"Innocent bystanders and visitors to the Barras could inadvertently be caught up in any confrontation.
l Meanwhile, plans for bedroom tax march in Glasgow next Saturday have been abandoned after the police refused to allow a picket of the Liberal Democrat conference at the city's SECC.
Instead a protest will be held at Glasgow Green, with a small contingent making its way to the SECC.