Braham Street Park emerged from the closing of Braham Street, formally a busy London road. The park was designed by EDCO Design London with input from Wilkinson Eyre Architects, opened to the public in 2010 and is part of the Mayor of London’s Great Outdoors programme.The park is linear in nature and connects the busy one way vehicular Leman Street and Mansell Street. The park is composed of three paved areas and two grassed areas.
The grassed areas are sculpted and provide grassy banks on which to sit or play. Within the grass a number of trees are planted.
At either end of the space areas paved with self binding gravel have been installed. Within this gravel surface trees have been planted.
At the centre of this park a paved open space is located. The surface is self binding gravel and a flush granite water feature is located along its eastern edge.
Along the north edge of this park a long wooden bench has been installed. This provides welcome seating along the sunny edge of this space.