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Hi do you have a solicitor?
If you do ask them to write a letter giving him a reasonable time limit to remove his possessions and state that if they are not removed they will be disposed of.
Include a statement that you believe the clutter is impeding any sale.
After 20 months it is unreasonable that he does not remove them. You could probably sell the lot on ebay and make a few £££''s but safer to do the warning letter first