Travellers have moved on from a public green beside a council housing estate after being given their marching orders.
Around a dozen caravans had arrived on the land beside Heston Farm estate, just east of Ferraro Close and west of the National Trust's Osterley Park estate, on the afternoon of Monday (June 8).
They complied with the order and were gone by the following afternoon, as a tweet from a resident on the estate showed.
One resident living on the estate had told getwestlondon he had seen one of the caravan dwellers defecating on the land.
He said others had told local children to clear off the grounds, beside a hard play area.
A council spokeswoman said on Wednesday morning: "We received reports from residents on Monday that travellers had set up camp just off Ferraro Close on the Heston Farm Estate. When we visited with police officers, there were 11 caravans and six vehicles on the site.
"We served a legal notice on Tuesday afternoon requiring all caravans and other vehicles to leave the area within 24 hours.
"We are now monitoring this and will take the necessary action to remove them if they fail to comply."