OVER 190 cannabis plants were seized from a factory inside a Bradford property.

Police made the discovery following a day of action, in conjunction with Bradford Council, in Little Horton on Wednesday, May 11.

Officers executed a warrant at the address and an investigation is ongoing.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: It was a team effort to clean up the Little Horton ward on Wednesday.It was a team effort to clean up the Little Horton ward on Wednesday.

Elsewhere on the day, the council's task force team, with the help of warden Tony, cleared fly-tipping on Todwell Lane, and the snicket linking Halycon Way and Pennington Terrace.

Operation Steerside were also out in the area on mobile motorbikes patrols and working in partnership with Environmental Enforcement Officers. 

Three vehicles were stopped and one was seized for having no road tax. Additionally, three producers for waster carriers licence offences were issued.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Officers visited schools.Officers visited schools.

Neighbourhood wardens Farrukh and Laura teamed up with local PCSO's to deliver inputs at Newby Primary School and St Stephens Primary School educating children about litter and recycling.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Posters were delivered during the operation.Posters were delivered during the operation.

Council officers Jon and Maria conducted a visual audit of the area.

They followed this up by placing signage in relation to littering, bird feeding, dog fouling and fly-tipping in hot spot areas along with two PCSOs who leafleted houses educating residents on how to spot a cannabis factory in their neighbourhood.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Signs were put in place.Signs were put in place.