• Walking the wiggly wall in the grassy rainwater storage area
  • Dawn view of main rain basin
  • Dawn view of main rain basin with 'the wiggly wall'
  • View from roof onto a raingarden, rain sculpture, permeable paving and the main rain basin
  • View from roof to a raingarden with rain sculpture and the plaza area
  • Raingarden with rain sculpture
  • example of interpretation panels by the main rain basin
  • A child embarks on the 'wiggly wall' train - on a scooter!
  • View down the new pedestrian 'street' with rain basins and permeable paving
  • Children enjoying 'the wiggly wall'
  • The 'wiggly wall' is fun for all ages
  • Raingarden with rain sculpture
  • Rainwater in one of the basins after rain
  • View across the permeable paving toward the main rain basin

Bridget Joyce Square, Community Rain Park (SuDS)

Robert Bray Associates

place
Australia Road, W12 7PH
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Full disabled access, Refreshments, Toilets, Partial disabled access
A public park with community needs at its heart that also manages rainwater to reduce flooding and pollution. 'Wiggly wall' between trees and grassy basins that store rain and 'rain sculptures' in the raingardens.

Access

Saturday 22nd

Open 10am–5pm

(max visitors 50)

group
  • Dynamic Rainwater Demonstrations every 30 mins (10am-4pm) max 40 per tour
  • designer-led tour of the park and rainwater management (SuDS) features every 30 mins (10am-4pm) max 40 per tour

Sunday 23rd

Open 10am–5pm

(max visitors 50)

group
  • Dynamic Rainwater Demonstrations every 30 mins (10am-4pm) max 40 per tour
  • designer-led tour of the park and rainwater management (SuDS) features every 30 mins (10am-4pm) max 40 per tour

info_outline This building is open free of charge at other times of the year

Design

Original design
Robert Bray Associates, 2015
Type
Infrastructure/engineering, Public realm/landscape, Garden, Recreational, Community/cultural
Period
Contemporary