Updated at 7.06pm: The Legislative Council on Wednesday will debate a motion on supporting the conclusions and recommendations of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on the Grand Promenade saga. A Legco spokesman said on Monday the meeting would start at 11am on Wednesday in the Legislative Council Building. Legislator Philip Wong Yu-hong, who is PAC chairman and who proposed the motion, urged the government to adopt the recommendations of PAC?s investigations into the Sai Wan Ho Development on Inland Lot No. 8955. He noted that there was concern about conclusions reached by a government-appointed independent committee of inquiry report published on May 9. These conclusions did not fully agree with those made by the PAC in its report tabled to Legco on February 15. ?Regarding the development of a site at Sai Wan Ho, this council re-affirms its support for the conclusions and recommendations of PAC and urges the government to fully implement the recommendations of PAC,? Dr Wong said. Dr Wong represents the commercial functional constituency. The motion follows the release of three conflicting reports on the controversy. Only one of the reports, by a three-member independent inquiry led by Court of Final Appeal judge Mr Justice Barry Mortimer, has absolved former buildings chief Leung Chin-man. The other two, by the PAC and the Audit Commission, found that Mr Leung had used his discretionary powers wrongly in allowing Henderson Land to increase the floor area of the Sai Wan Ho project. Mr Leung?s decision was estimated to have led to a loss of at least $125 million in government revenue. Wednesday?s agenda also includes a motion on reviewing urban renewal policy, proposed by Alan Leong Kah-kit, and one on financial assistance to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (Sars) patients and their families, proposed by Fernando Cheung Chiu-hung.