Mr Rehman said: “From a fly tipping hotspot, this has become a hub for the local community where we come together, we have tea parties here, we come and chat, we come and enjoy the plants.”
Fellow action group member Joy Leach said she used to avoid walking along the route.
She said: “There’s still a right of way for people to walk up and down, but it’s a pleasant route now.”
Ms Leach said they had been growing climbers, herbs and even beans along the ginnel.
She said: “We had wonderful beans growing up the wall, a bit like Jack and the Beanstalk.
“I didn’t realise quite how tall they were going to be.”
She said one member of the group turned the beans into soup for everyone to enjoy.
Figures from Defra show there were more than 40,000 fly-tipping incidents recorded across West Yorkshire in 2022/23 with more than 15,000 of these in Bradford alone.