Bushfire Attack Level Assessments

We provide comprehensive Bushfire Attack Level Assessments throughout Western Australia.

BAL Assessments in Western Australia for new homes, extensions, habitable buildings, schools, tourist sites and commercial sites.

As part of being Bushfire Planning and Design (BPAD) accredited we will always visit your site to ensure an accurate result.

We specialise in problem sites or where you might have had an unexpectedly high BAL rating by providing detailed and accurate reports to ensure a workable and safe outcome.

If you live in or intend to purchase property in Bushfire Prone Areas throughout Western Australia, you will likely require a BAL Assessment as part of your building/planning application.

BPA can provide BAL Assessments by level 2 accredited practitioners throughout Western Australia and regularly travel around the State for your convenience.

We also provide Bushfire Hazard Assessments and can provide a complete hazard mitigation strategy for your property.

Depending on your requirements we can provide just the BAL Assessment or provide a more comprehensive service including mitigation planning and construction certification to AS 3959.

BAL Assessment Services include

  • BAL Bushfire Attack Level Assessments
  • Pre-purchase BAL Reports
  • BAL Compliance Costing
  • Insurance Reporting
  • BAL Reduction Reports

Purchasing that dream block?

Thinking of buying that perfect nature block?

Be it a full bush block or a previously cleared block in a rural area a Pre-Purchase BAL Assessment as part of the conditions of sale can protect you from unknown construction requirements and costs.

Our comprehensive knowledge of the Bushfire Guidelines and AS3959 ensures you get accurate information regarding the future purchase of your dream block.

Planning on building a new home?

BPA’s role is to know if you are in a Bushfire Prone Area and what requirements your new home will need to comply with.

We can provide all the information you require to meet local government Bushfire regulations and to gain clearing and building permits.

Remember being Bushfire protected does not automatically mean clearing all the vegetation around your new home. Careful planning to include Asset Protection Zones will reduce the Bushfire risk and maintain the natural beauty of the area.