[(1) Where any steps required by an enforcement notice to be taken are not taken within the period for compliance with the notice, the local planning authority may—
(a) enter the land and take the steps; and
(b) recover from the person who is then the owner of the land any expenses reasonably incurred by them in doing so.]
(2) Where a copy of an enforcement notice has been served in respect of any breach of planning control . . . —
(a) any expenses incurred by the owner or occupier of any
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