Where a local planning authority1 proposes to carry out any work on land2 comprised in an access order3, whether or not the work is specified in the order, it must give the owner4 and occupier of the land at least 14 days' notice of its intention, specifying the work to be done5.
Where the work specified in the notice is not work specified in the access order, then, before the expiration of the notice, the owner or occupier may serve notice of objection on the authority6. In this event, the authority must afford the objector an opportunity of being heard
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