London’s last remaining pop-up shelter appears to be in its final days as city politicians recommended moving its services to another location — likely hotel rooms — starting next month.

The temporary shelter, one of two set up last winter as an emergency response for people living on the street, was extended to allow the collection of construction trailers to stay in a parking lot at the corner of York and Colborne streets until the end of June.

Now, city hall wants to use $1.15 million of provincial funding to have a coalition of community agencies continue the work in an “alternate” spot.