Plasdŵr’s countryside setting lies four to five miles from Cardiff’s city centre, bordering established thriving local communities including Radyr, Danescourt, Fairwater, Pentrebane and St Fagans .

Cardiff is both Europe’s youngest capital and the closest capital city to London, with a highly skilled population. One of the UK’s fastest growing cities, it offers its residents an enviable lifestyle. A top five UK retail location, its destination shopping centre, St David’s Dewi Sant, has more than 200 outlets, from major chains to designer stores, while its vintage arcades are bursting with independent boutiques and restuarants.

The city centre and bay combine to offer a lifestyle where world-class cultural and sporting events play out in venues including the 70,000 seater Principality Stadium, Cardiff Castle and the Wales Millennium Centre.

To support its continuing, significant economic growth, Cardiff has a local development plan that includes major residential development. Plasdŵr is key to achieving this growth with up to 7,000 homes and an entire sustainable community over the 900 acre site known as Strategic Site C in the LDP.