Travellers have set up camp on an area of land off Foleshill Road in Coventry.
It is understood that the area is private land and that the landowner is aware of the situation.
The travellers were spotted today, Friday, November 13, on the old ambulance station car park on Foleshill Road.
CoventryLive contacted Coventry City Council about the issue.
A spokesman said: “The land is privately owned and the land owner has been made aware of the issue.
“They are looking at steps to recover their land.”
Coventry City Council has taken court action over several Traveller encampments set up on public land in the city over the summer.
In the last five years the authority has spent £229,730 on legal fees, repairs and clean-up operations on handling unauthorised encampments.
Opposition Conservative members on the council have described the ongoing situation as a game of “cat and mouse” and have called for more to be done find an alternative to an official transit site at Siskin Drive.
Councillors discussed the possibility of a new purpose-built transit site in 2017 but there has been no further public meeting since.
A spokesman for the authority previously said: “We are constantly reviewing the way we address unauthorised encampments in the city, and although we have had a number of encampments this spring and summer these are a similar number to 2018 – and both are as a result of a longer and more sustained drier period.
“Siskin Drive is a permanent travellers site and we are considering options for it going forward. These will be considered by councillors in the near future.”
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