The successful establishment of Plasdŵr depends on its successful integration with the well-established, immediate neighbouring communities of Radyr, Danescourt, Fairwater, Pentrebane and St Fagans.
We are 100% committed to being a good neighbour in every way we can, by building meaningful local relationships, investing in Plasdŵr’s local integration, and striving to keep inevitable disruption to a minimum.
We will be holding regular open meetings in the communities neighbouring current phases, and are keen to develop further contacts and relationships within these communities. For details on dates and venues of these community meetings, please regularly check this page and please get in touch via our contact us page.
All developers on site are also part of the Considerate Constructors Scheme which states that all constructors should, ensure sites appear professional and well managed; give utmost consideration to their impact on neighbours and the public; protect and enhance the environment; attain the highest levels of safety performance; provide a supportive and caring working environment.
As part of our section 106 agreement with the city of Cardiff Council £73.53 million has been allocated for community contributions though the life of the development of Plasdŵr , as illustrated in the table below.
|Education||£40.37 million (primary and secondary)|
|Open Space||160 acres|
|Community facilities||£5.23 million|
|Air Quality and Waste||£35k|
Next community meetings:
28th November 2017 – St Fagans Cricket Club, Crofft-Y-Genau Road, 4pm-7pm.
24th January 2018 – New School Rooms, Heol Isaf, Radyr, 4pm-6.30pm
31st January – St Fagans Cricket Club, Crofft-Y-Genau Road, 4pm-7pm.