Category: Bushfire Management Statements (BMS)

  • Shire of Mundaring BAL Assessments

    Shire of Mundaring BAL Assessments

    Are you building in the Shire of Mundaring and want the differences for BAL Assessments in the area? We’ve got you covered with essential local knowledge. Mundaring usually requests a Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) Assessment as the first document. Regardless of the rating, you will likely need a Bushfire Management Statement (BMS) due to the…

  • Bushfire Management Statement Explained

    Bushfire Management Statement Explained

    An accredited BPAD Level 2 Planning Practitioner issues a Bushfire Management Statement, which demonstrates your lot-specific bushfire mitigation measures to comply with the SPP3.7 State Planning Policy and any Local Government Requirements. You will need a Bushfire Management Statement for most single lots proposing a dwelling or ancillary dwelling with a higher BAL Rating that…

  • BAL Report Assessment Process

    BAL Report Assessment Process

    Understanding the BAL Report Assessment Process (level 2 Assessor) The BAL Report Assessment Process with a Site Plan: The BAL Report Assessment Process Without a Site Plan: Get us at WA Fire & Safety to provide you with expert and up to date advice and documentation for your development, Contact us today Other information available…

  • Why is it BAL-FZ?

    Why is it BAL-FZ?

    Why is it BAL-FZ? First, read and understand the building process information to know the steps and documentation needed for construction. Lots with native vegetation, unmanaged grasslands, and ground fuels often receive a higher BAL Rating, like BAL-FZ or BAL-40. Typically, these lots are larger than a normal residential lot, but that’s not always the…