(1) A stop order must be served to the person to whom it applies—
(a) in person; or
(b) if it is not reasonably practicable to deliver it in person, by affixing it to a prominent position at the place where the works or activities in relation to a registered place or registered object are being carried out or are to be carried out; or
(c) if the person is a body corporate, by giving it to the person apparently supervising or in charge of the works or activities to which the stop order relates.
(2) An inspector may enter any land or premises at any time for the purpose of serving a stop order in accordance with this section.