I will "fight for the right for my son to receive medical cannabis on prescription".
BBC Radio Guernsey
The senior constable for the Vale says he does not object to the cannabis farm that has been given a licence on a site in his parish.
Celebrated Ltd has been granted the first licence in Guernsey to cultivate low-THC cannabis at a site in Douit Lane.
The company is due to begin growing the plants in the next few weeks.
Its plans have included building a security fence topped with barbed wire, a security gate, security lights and motion sensors, processing and storage rooms.
Constable Richard Leale said he understood why neighbours to the site would object.
I personally don’t have an objection to it, but then I’m not going to have to live next to an 8ft-high fence, which is going to be unsightly."
The company has not commented.
BBC News Online
A company that makes cannabis products has been granted permission to grow the plant in Guernsey.
Celebrate Ltd, which trades as The Original Alternative, has had its application to grow the island's first medicinal cannabis plants approved.
The States of Guernsey said the licence was approved - on the advice of the chief pharmacist - on several conditions surrounding the packaging of materials and marketing.
The company owns a former vinery on Douit Lane in the Vale, where development plans include a security fence topped with barbed wire, a security gate, security lights and motion sensors, processing and storage rooms, as well as facilities including a toilet, shower and kitchen.
One girl says cannabis oil significantly helps her Tourette's but doctors will not prescribe it to her.