Plasdŵr has been planned over a number of years ahead of work starting. Landowners, Plymouth Estate and lead developer Redrow worked together with the city of Cardiff Council to create the Masterplan for a sustainable community the Welsh capital will be proud of into the next century and beyond.
City of Cardiff Council’s Draft Local Development Plan 2006-2026 approved by Councillors to go for consideration by an inspector setting out proposals for more than 41,400 homes to be built up until 2026.
Redrow, as Plasdŵr’s lead developer, submits two early planning applications, one for 630 homes and a primary school to the north and south of Llantrisant Road and a second for 290 homes south of Pentrebane Road.
Redrow submits the main Plasdŵr Masterplan application.
LDP approved by the Welsh Government Planning Inspectorate and formally adopted by the City of Cardiff Council.
City of Cardiff Council planning committee approve plans for phase 1 of Plasdŵr at Llantrisant Road.
City of Cardiff Council planning committee approve plans for phase 2 of Plasdŵr at St Fagans on Pentrebane Road.
15th March 2017
The City of Cardiff’s Planning Committee approved plans for the remaining elements of Plasdŵr.
Redrow begins work at Parc Plymouth, the first 126 homes of Phase 1 of Plasdŵr to the north of Llantrisant Road bordering Radyr.
Redrow begins work at Cae St Fagans, the next 120 homes of Phase 1 of Plasdŵr to the south of Pentrebane Road in the St Fagans ward.
Plasdŵr ’s first founding residents moved into their homes at Parc Plymouth
The first Plasdŵr first homes were unveiled as Redrow launched its show village at Parc Plymouth