A farmer opposed to expansion plans for Carlisle Lake District Airport has renewed his legal battle with the council.
More than three years ago Thomas Brown won a ruling from London's Court of Appeal quashing the Council's grant of planning permission for a new freight storage and distribution facility at the airport.
He was back at the High Court today launching new proceedings against the latest planning permission.
Craig Alderson and his son Archie:
"We've had a fabulous day, we went to see the guys in Manchester last year but this is much bigger and better."
Plans for a multi-million pound redevelopment of Carlisle Airport have taken a step forward after the City council granted planning permission this morning.
The Stobart Group say a new freight distribution centre and commercial airport would bring jobs and tourism to Cumbria.
Ryan Dollard reports:
Gordon Brown has been a long term objector to the Stobart airport plans.
He feels that the decision was inevitable but has not ruled out a judicial review:
The director of Carlisle Airport, Andy Judge, said he is very happy with the council's decision to approve the development plans:
Jane Meek from Carlisle City Council has backed the council's decision to approve the development plans for Carlisle Airport.