It comes as (RBBC) was granted an interim High Court injunction to protect its land from illegal encampments.
As part of the application to the High Court for a permanent injunction, RBBC's senior manager for regulatory services, Ben Murray, provided evidence of the "devastating" impact of encampments on council land.
In one instance, the same group of between seven and 12 caravans cost RBBC [pounds sterling]27,227 in bailiffs and clean-up costs across August and September 2018.
Mr Murray added that he is "quietly confident", given the experience of other boroughs, that the RBBC injunction order will reduce illegal incursions, which will "enhance the quality of life" of borough residents.
Also detailed within the court submission are the steps that RBBC will take to ensure the welfare of all parties involved and impacted by unauthorised encampments.
In a statement, RBBC said that it dealt with 22 encampments between March and November 2018, 15 more than the same period in 2017.
The full court document can be accessed on the RBBC websitehere.