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Thanks for your patience and enquiry. You cannot simply remove the scaffolding unfortunately as to do so you may have to pay the cost for any damage or losses incurred as a consequence of doing so.
The first step in the process would be to write to the company advising of your intention to remove the scaffolding and give them notice of when you intend to do so.
It is usually good to send more than one notice to ensure you are able to show you disposed of your responsibility to bring the notice to their attention. Having given notice the law does not automatically entitle you to sell. What is usually recommended is for you to safely store these items
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The law does not have a set time. Usually 3 weeks notice is sufficient. As I said earlier you have to be careful In disposing the items as the company could sue you for this. My recommendation is to therefore send two notices. The first informing them to collect their items and the second of your intention to dispose.