A group of travellers have set up their homes in a commuter car park on the outskirts of Medway.
Around 20 plus caravans and their vehicles set up home at the Wigmore Coach Park and Ride Car Park, last night.
The car park, in Maidstone Road, Wigmore, is used by people who commute to London on the Kings Ferry coach services.
Police officers were seen at the site last night and again this morning and say they are providing support to the land owner, Medway Council.
The group are not the only ones who have set up homes in the Towns.
At Riverside Country Park, in Lower Rainham Road, Gillingham, another group have also set up their caravans on a field there.
The group also arrived last night.
Ward Cllrs, David Carr and Martin Potter updated people on the situation on their Facebook page.
The post said: "Update on travellers on Lower Rainham Road.
"Medway Council has begun the legal process to evict the travellers asap.
"Could be as soon as the 18 April by 5pm.
"In the meantime Riverside Rangers are exploring options for blocking the entrance.
"Council Officers and police are visiting the site today for talks with the travellers."
Vicki Foster, spokesman for police, said: "Kent Police was notified of a traveller incursion in Bredhurst Road, Gillingham, at 10.40pm on Monday 16 April 2018. Kent Police is providing ongoing support to the land owner."
Perry Holmes, Medway Council’s chief legal officer, said: “We will be following a civil legal process to move the groups on.”