Travellers who were camped on Ealing Common have been evicted after staying there for more than two weeks.
The travellers had previously camped in Norwood Green, forcing the closure of its annual fair , before moving onto Ealing Common on July 20.
But on Tuesday (August 2), enforcement notices were enforced by Ealing Council and the group with more than 20 caravans left soon after.
According to Conservative Cllr Joanna Dabrowska, who represents the Ealing Common ward, the travellers were served court papers on July 22 before the case was heard on July 28.
It follows a series of incidents involving travellers in Ealing over the past few months.
Two dogs and heaps of rubbish were found after travellers left a site in Perivale - which only last year felt the turbulent effects of a fire which destroyed the site.
The site was formerly the Sheraton Business Centre, in Wadsworth Road, but the building was destroyed by a huge fire in July last year wiping out 23 units.
Now the area is ravaged by vast amounts of rubbish including wood, chairs and building waste after the travellers moved on.