Travellers have returned to land in Bury St Edmunds which was previously given to them as a place to temporarily stay over the winter months.
Several caravans pitched up on the Orttewell Road site over the weekend - just weeks after they vacated the land which was subject to a temporary toleration agreement.
Suffolk County Council owns the land and it is working with St Edmundsbury Borough Council to deal with the situation.
St Edmundsbury was granted pre-emptive injunctions by the High Court to prevent travellers from illegally camping on council-owned town centre car parks and Moreton Hall open spaces.
However, the Orttewell Road site is not covered by an injunction.
On Tuesday, a spokeswoman for the borough council said: “We’re working with a group of travellers local to the Bury area.
“Our purpose is to avoid unauthorised encampments by helping identify land they can use as a premanent private site.”
On the Orttewell Road site, she added: “We are now using all the legal avenues available to us through the Suffolk Protocol for Managing Unauthorised Encampments. The process starts with a welfare visit to assess circumstances and inform a partner meeting to discuss options.”