BAL Assessment Victoria

A BAL or ‘Bush Attack Level’ is a process that helps to determine a location’s potential exposure level to fire. BAL reports are than categorised on a rating scale. Arranging this service is a great way to manage existing structures, or plan ahead for renovations and new builds.

As accredited FPAA consultants, we provide a thorough BAL Assessment service across Victoria. Once complete, we aim to give you a clear picture of where your property stands in terms of future risk and exposure to embers. This will include a calculation of predicted bushfire attack and level of exposure.

Why is it Important to Get a BAL Report in Victoria?

As a state, Victoria has endured a significant hardship from a series of major bushfire events. Unfortunately, these natural disasters are likely to continue over the coming years. This is why it is vital to arrange a professional bushfire attack level report.

When it comes to bushfires, you can never be too safe. Reaching out for expert advice will help to ensure that the proper preparation and planning are in place. In addition to the completion of a BAL report in Victoria, we also offer quick and affordable management plans, as well as assistance with emergency and evacuation.

Protecting your property from bushfires shouldn’t have to break the bank. This is why we offer affordable fees for all BAL Reports. Follow the link to get a free quote or contact the Keystone Alliance Bushfire Assessments team directly on 0450 770 778. Our staff are fully FPAA accredited and bring decades of expertise to the table.


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    Bushfire Management Overlay

    Bushfire Management Overlays are areas identified in planning schemes within each of the Local Government Areas of Victoria that are deemed to have high fire risk. These areas are subject to particular planning and building controls.

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    Bushfire Management Statements

    Planning applications within BMO or WMO overlays.

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    Bushfire Attack Level

    In the Australian Standards As 3959, they have classified different bushfire intensity levels that a home may experience during a bushfire. These are referred to as Bushfire Attack Levels, or BAL’s for short.