Police have been offering reassurances to members of the public after travellers set up camp in a car park last week.
Two caravans and two cars are currently at the private car park.
A spokesman said: “We have increased patrols and attended the scene to offer reassurances to concerned members of the public and we are continuing to monitor the situation.”
It comes after a large group of travellers was praised by council bosses for cleaning up after themselves following their eviction from parkland in Stapenhill earlier this month.
The travellers parked up on council land, off Waterside Road, for a week, and were told they faced court action if they failed to leave the site.
After leaving, they were praised for filling black bin bags with their rubbish, handed to them by East Staffordshire Borough Council.
The group, believed to be from France, was spotted on the council land and prompted passers-by to contact the Burton Mail after spotting a group of at least seven caravans arriving on Monday, June 26.
However, despite borough council bosses asking the travellers to move on from the site within 24 hours, they failed to do so, prompting court action.