Heavily armed police are combing every inch of the town of Windsor with bomb-sniffing dogs.
The garbage cans have been removed all throughout the region.
Murphy James, who works with the Windsor Homeless Project, said that storing possessions would ensure that police coming into the town from other areas do not throw them away.
People sleeping rough near Windsor Castle have had their sleeping bags removed ahead of the royal wedding on Saturday. That's why police will be manning these rooftops, watching out for snipers.
Thames Valley Police Supt Jim Weems said it "takes a very compassionate approach to homelessness".
With 100,000 visitors expected to descend on Windsor on Saturday to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tying the knot, the police are on high alert.
The police said that the rough sleepers involved voluntarily handed over their belongings, in a scheme organised by the Windsor Homeless Project.
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"We will continue to engage and work in partnership to support the communities of Windsor".
John Perry, landlord of the Queen Charlotte in Windsor, close to where the Royal Wedding will be held, predicted a busy day as well.
Sussex Homeless Support says that Royal Borough has given the shelter a designated parking space, and that police will be signposting people towards it.
The leader of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead provoked an outcry in January when he tweeted about "an epidemic of rough sleeping and vagrancy in Windsor".
The charity hopes that the range, For Richer, For Poorer, will shine a light on the 134 per cent increase in homelessness since 2010. Anyone with large items that are deemed to be a security risk are likely to have those items removed'.
He wrote: 'There is a growing concern amongst residents, businesses and visitors regarding the number of people occupying the streets of Windsor, who are begging during the day and in some cases taking occupancy throughout the night'.
Local homelessness charities also see a silver lining: The attention brought by the Royal Wedding will help raise support and donations.
Slough Homeless Our Concern has said launched an "alternative royal wedding list" with the help of Patchwork, a platform that allows people to share their wedding wish lists.