More details are needed about the council's long term strategy for Cherry Grove, a county councillor has said.

County councillor Viv Stoddart, a long term critic of the council's purchase of the building, submitted a notice of motion calling for a "comprehensive report" on the authority's total spend on Cherry Grove.

She also asked for information on departments that have been, and will be, relocated to the former tax office and an overall strategy plan for the future use of the building.

At Monday's cabinet meeting councillors were told that the former tax office building has cost Pembrokeshire County Council (PCC) more than £2.4million.

The outlay includes a £631,600 purchase price, empty property business rates of £25,778, refurbishment costs of £1,778,315 and staff relocation costs of £11,685.

The revenues, public protection, electoral services departments as well as the register office have moved to the building from County Hall, Tower Hill, Milford Haven Town Hall and Goodwick parrog.

Responding to the report before cabinet Cllr Stoddart asked for more information on the long term strategy for the building.

"To my mind I think we need more details about the strategy," she said. "I would ask that there was more information on where we are going with this building that has already cost the council £2.4 million in this time of austerity."

Council leader Jamie Adams said that he was happy to include more information. Adding that this may be something that a newly formed asset management group could look at and feed back.