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While he may raise a challenge to this, it is unlikely the court would prevent you moving. When the court usually takes a robust approach is if you were looking to go to another country. However, relocating to anywhere in the UK should be fine. The court is very much aware that it has to consider the fact that you may have to move for work purposes.
What I do recommend though is speaking to dad about the move and trying to resolve things amicably. In my experience situations such as these usually escalate when the other parent feels they are not communicated with or their right to be involved in the child's life is ignored. Perhaps you could come to some agreement as to how contact could still be facilitated even with you moving far away.
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