My personal thought is that from your point of view I wouldn’t do anything, I let the bail condition and any potential non-molestation order deal with him returning to the house or rather, not returning.
If you Google: Torts Interference with Goods Act 1977
it will give you a lot of reading a lot to do with his items left behind.
You have to tell him in writing what that is, where it is, and when he can collect it. Because of the bail condition he obviously can’t do that so he would need to arrange for someone else or you would need to send it to him.
Tell him that he has 30 days, until DATE, to collect the items, failing which, they will be disposed of and he will be given the sale proceeds after the disposal costs or if the disposal costs are greater than the sale proceeds, he will be responsible for the disposal costs.
I assume that you are either sending this by text or email if you don’t have an address. That is perfectly satisfactory.
You need to say that the notice is served under the Act
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