Wellington police say they continue to work with all the parties involved in the land dispute at Shelly Bay.
Officers were called out this morning by Mau Whenua - a group of Taranaki Whānui iwi members - who are occupying the land, after police did not remove engineers and a property manager.
The land was sold to the property developer The Wellington Company, which has plans to turn the land into luxury housing.
Mau Whenua believe the sale of the land was not legitimate. A report by the Māori Land Court found in August that thousands of iwi members did not get a say in the sale due to failings of the iwi membership system.
In a Facebook video from Wednesday morning, Anaru Mepham from Mau Whenua said a number of engineers and a property manager had come onto the site.
He rang police, having served The Wellington Company with a trespass notice back in January.
A police spokesperson said they did attend the site, but no action was required.
"The role of police is to ensure safety and uphold the law, while recognising the lawful right to protest."