Travellers have pitched up near the quaint Berkshire village of Datchet – less than two miles from Eton College and Windsor Castle.
The group of around 30 caravans arrived in the area on Sunday, when they allegedly broke into an empty business park near Heathrow’s Terminal 5 and the M4.
Locals claim they broke down an entrance barrier causing £5,000’s worth of damage before land owners employed 24-hour security and moved them on.
They are now parked next to the Queen Mother Reservoir a stone’s throw away from Datchet, where residents say they have been ‘intimidating’ dog walkers.
Pictures show rubbish strewn around the vehicles and young women walking around in their dressing gowns and slippers. An expensive white Mercedes has also been seen parked up.
Pictures show travellers on a roadside next to the Queen Mother Reservoir in Berkshire near Windsor and village of Datchet
Families are pictured having breakfast in their pyjamas outside caravans near the Berkshire areas of Windsor and Eton
Locals claim 30 caravans arrived in the area on Sunday, breaking into a nearby empty business park and causing damage
Three women are pictured walking around the empty business park in dressing gowns and slippers earlier this week
Pictures show litter strewn across the grass next to the Queen Mother Reservoir near Windsor and Datchet in Berkshire
They arrived at the Heathrow Approach (pictured far left) on Sunday and have since moved along the road next to the water
Land owners of the empty Heathrow Approach business park (pictured) have employed 24-hour security after the break-in
Pictured is the entrance barrier at the Heathrow Approach business park in Berkshire on the floor after travellers allegedly broke it off and forced their way onto the site on Sunday. They have since moved down the road
The travellers were moved on by the owners of Heathrow Approach who have employed two men to enforce 24-hour security
Sources told MailOnline the travellers have been ‘riding up and down on quad bikes’ and ‘intimidating locals’, describing the scene as ‘anarchy’.
Police and council enforcement officers do not appear to have been called to the scene to move them on.
Thames Valley Police and the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead have been contacted for comment.
A panoramic picture of the reservoir shows a number of the caravans parked alongside the M4 motorway next to the water
Families are pictured sitting outside their caravan and surrounded by cars at the site near the small village of Datchet
A 2018 white convertible Mercedes is pictured parked up next to caravans near Windsor in Berkshire this week
Neighbouring residents have described the scene as ‘anarchy’ and have been intimidated by youths on quad bikes (pictured)
The area is a stone’s throw away from presitigous private school Eton College, the home of the Royal wedding – Windsor Castle, and Eton and Windsor Riverside.
The area was severely flooded in storms that lasted from December 2013 to February 2014.
Hundreds were evacuated from their homes and Princes William and Harry visited to help with the rescue effort.
Politicians David Cameron, Philip Hammond and Ed Miliband also visited the site.
Young women in dressing gowns are pictured walking around the site, which locals claim has descended into ‘anarchy’
More vehicles are parked up at the edge of the Queen Mother Reservoir less than two miles from Eton College and Windsor
A 4×4 BMW is pictured among caravans near the small Berkshire village of Datchet after travellers arrived there this week
A caravan with a false number plate that reads VIP and a sign that says ‘Exquisit VIP’ is pictured next to a white van