Local Government Elections

May 2022

These elections will be for Cardiff and Pentyrch Community Councillors.  We will post information here as it becomes available.  

PCC encourages all its electors to register to vote and to consider standing for one of the 13 seats on PCC.

How to vote

Find your local councillor and nearest polling station

PCC is divided into 3 Wards: Creigiau (including Capel Llanilltern), Pentyrch and Gwaelod y Garth.   Each Ward has a different number of councillors representing it depending on the number of electors:

Gwaelod y Garth : 2

Pentyrch : 6

Creigiau : 5

Here are some documents about being a Community Councillor and how councils work:


Good-Councillors-Guide-2017 copy

Independent Remuneration Panel for Wales – Annual Report 2021 copy


Code-of-Conduct-Guidance-Community-Councils 2021


Boundary Commission : Review of Cardiff Council

Mae’r Comisiwn wedi cyhoeddi ei Argymhellion Terfynol o drefniadau etholiadol ar gyfer Dinas a Sir Caerdydd a’i chyflwyno i Weinidogion Llywodraeth Cymru ar 05 Tachwedd 2020

The Commission has published its Final Recommendations for the future electoral arrangements for the City and County of Cardiff and submitted them to Welsh Government Ministers on 05 November 2020.

Adroddiad Argymhellion Terfynol Caerdydd

Pentyrch a Sain Ffagan_1

Boundary Commission Cardiff Summary of Recommendations Eng

Boundary Commission map Pentyrch and Sain Ffagan_0

One Vacancy at PCC

Creigiau Ward : Co-option 

We will post information on here in due course.  Any Councillor co-opted onto PCC now will serve a term that end in May 2022.  

PCC Co-Options Policy 2020