The message comes from police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshire, Jason Ablewhite, after he requested that the organisation put on hold its planned development. At a meeting of the fire authoritys policy and resources committee, on June 30, Mr Ablewhite strongly advised members to look at other options. He said: It is my view that not all the options have been looked at look at the option that the police are putting on the table at the moment. There is use of police land next door for operational basis, joint usage of the training facility at Monkswood and room for a joint headquarters. I advise us to pull the breaks on collectively to look at some options that will benefit us all in the future. The fire service announced its plan to move its headquarters and Huntingdon fire station in December, with the new £7million development potentially built at St Johns Park in Huntingdon. At the fire authority meeting, deputy chief executive officer Matthew Warren said: The offer of a piece of land from the police and crime commissioner has to be considered, we have to look at the pros and cons as to what is on the table before we continue with our current project. Members of the committee were advised that the service is due to sign for the land at St Johns Park on July 30. Concerns were raised by a number of members that work is already being carried out in preparation for the St Johns Park site. County councillor for Godmanchester and Huntingdon East, Cllr Mike Shellens, said: We do already have one proposal that has been in play for a very long time and that is well advanced. If the authority decides not to proceed with its current St Johns Park scheme it would be have to pay £403,000 for costs already associated with the plan. Another meeting of the committee will be held on July 21 to decide whether the authority should take up the Mr Ablewhites offer or continue with its existing plan.