Why is the Kalamunda Pistol Club submitting a Noise Management Plan?
The Kalamunda Pistol Club submitted the Noise Management Plan for review as part of the approval process under the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997.
Where is the Kalamunda Pistol Club?
The Kalamunda Pistol Club is located at 155 Lawnbrook Road West, Walliston (just behind the Walliston Transfer Station).
What are the stipulations of the Noise Management Plan application?
As part of the approval process under the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997, residences within 1km of the venue need to be given a reasonable opportunity to make a submission on whether the plan should be approved.
Where can I find a copy of the Noise Management Plan?
The Plan is located here, or can be downloaded directly from the Document tab
What happens if the noise level stipulated is exceeded?
Under the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997 it is assumed that some venues (such as shooting venues) will be unable to comply with specified noise levels. In these circumstances the venues may seek approval for a Noise Management Plan that aims to reduce impact on surrounding properties. Such Noise Management Plans are required to meet set criteria before approval can be granted. The Kalamunda Pistol Club has submitted the following Noise Management Plan and supporting documentation for comment in accordance with the Regulations.