This development comes a day after English Premier League was announced to resume on June 17.
"In particular, the paused Scottish Women's Premier League is keen to restart and we will be discussing with stakeholders the process to restart the women's senior game in line with the government's route map out of lockdown".
In her column with The Sun, Brady said: 'There was a long discussion about squad management, or put simply, what constitutes, having a team fit enough to compete in the games left to play.More news: Kiss guitarist Bob Kulick dies aged 70
He added that that the clubs are responding well to Project Restart plans as players continue to train in readiness for matches.
Sources have told ESPN that the government views Wembley as the ideal neutral venue to relocate matches.
The semi-finals would be staged over the weekend of 11-12 July and the final has been scheduled for August 1.More news: UK Police Say Boris Aide Made 'Minor Breach' of Lockdown
"The competition has been an integral part of the English football calendar for almost 150 years, and we'd like to thank the Premier League executive and clubs for their support in scheduling the remaining matches during this unprecedented time", Bullingham said on Friday. Earlier this week, the clubs unanimously voted to resume contact training.
Other proposals from the meeting on Thursday suggest that top clubs pay more of the proposed £330m broadcast rebate, though that payment could be halved if the season is completed by the end of July.
However, after the Premier League made a decision to restart the season from June 17th, the FA have announced that the FA Cup quarter-finals will now take place over the weekend of Saturday 27 June and Sunday 28 June.More news: Don't expect PS5-exclusive games to come to PS4 too