Welcome to the web site of St Fagans Community Council.
We hope you find it useful in keeping you informed about what is happening in the community. Ideas and suggestions for improving the site are always welcome - if you have any please contact us.
Redrow Homes submitted an Outline Planning application to develop all the fields between St Fagans, Pentrebane and Radyr. Although the Community Council has submitted a detailed objection to the application, planning permission has now been granted. Detailed applications are now being submitted and some building works have begun on land south of Pentrebane Road as well as either side of Llantrisant Road. More applications will follow in due course and the development will take place over the next 10 years.
See the details at Cardiff Council's web site under planning application No. 14/02733/MJR
Further public drop-in sessions will be held as follows:
St Fagans Village Hall, St Fagans, Cardiff, CF5 6DU
Tuesday 19th March 4pm to 7pm
If you have any questions about this development, please come along.
Location and History
St Fagans (Welsh: Sain Ffagan) is a small rural village in the west of the City of Cardiff, Capital of Wales. The community area reaches north to the M4, incorporating the residential estate of Parc Rhydlafar, and south of the River Ely, incorporating the residential estate of Westfield Park. On it's eastern edge it borders the suburb of Fairwater and to the west borders the community of St George's and St Bride's in the Vale of Glamorgan.
The Village itself and immediate surrounding area is a designated Conservation Area.
St Fagans lies on the River Ely, and previously had a railway station on the South Wales Main Line. St. Fagans is home to St. Fagans Cricket Club and St Fagans Bowls Club.
It is also home to Wales National History Museum (formerly called the Museum of Welsh Life), St Fagans Castle, St Fagans Old Rectory and St Mary's Church.
In 1648, the Battle of St Fagans took place close by.