A group of travelers seem to have set up a field in a private parking lot in Derby.
Three caravans were parked in the Arlington Automotive parking lot on Ascot Drive this afternoon.
Around the caravans were placed chairs with a van and a car parked around 18.30.
The car park is located at the intersection of the road with Wetherby Road, Allenton.
Earlier today, a group of travelers who camped on the ground in a park in Chaddesden was instructed to leave the site by Tuesday.
The group arrived by caravan in Chaddesden Park on Saturday evening.
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Since their arrival in the park owned by the City of Derby, the city council and the police of Derbyshire have monitored the situation.
A city council spokesman said: “Today we will publish a notice to leave the site, which requires travelers to leave within 24 hours.
“We will continue to monitor the situation. Appropriate considerations have been made in relation to COVID-19 and we have an effective line of communication with the police who are also monitoring the situation.”
The group parked in the green space between the children’s play area and the soccer fields.
Police were called to the park for the first time on Saturday evening and urged those with concerns to report any problems.
Anyone in doubt should contact the local Safer Neighborhood team at reference 101 20 * 327675.