Travellers have set up camp in the car park of the Lakeside Retail Park in Scunthorpe, just days after a group left the site.
Around 10 caravans and associated vehicles have appeared near the former Homebase store overnight.
Last Tuesday, a number of caravans arrived on the Lakeside Retail Park but moved away from the car park later in the week, with a smaller group later arriving at the nearby playing field outside the Go Outdoors store on Dudley Road.
It is not clear whether the caravans currently at the retail park are the same ones which were sited there last week.
Witnesses said there were around 10 caravans towards the northern edge of the car park, near the former Homebase, this morning.
Employees in the area believe the caravans arrived overnight as they were not seen in the car park over the weekend.
When they left, bin bags of household waste were seen in the area, although it is not known who they were left by.
The furthest edge of the Lakeside car park is generally the quietest since Homebase closed its doors in January following cuts across the country. However, it was recently announced that Home Bargains will take is space in the vacant premises.
In February, a small number of caravans and associated vehicles were parked at The Pods Leisure Centre on Ashby Road during the school half-term holiday. People using the leisure centre were advised to use the overflow car park.
Vehicles were also parked on the field off Collinson Avenue near Berkeley Primary School last year. Caravans were spotted on the field twice within two months.
A field on West Common Lane has also been occasionally used to park caravans on.
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