Victory Park in Stratford, London is located at the heart of the former Olympic Village, now East Village. It was designed by Vogt Landscape Architects and is not currently open to the public. The park is bound on three edges by residential accommodation with Stratford International train station located just to the south east of this park.
The main body of the park is composed of a gently contoured areas of grass with numerous groups of trees. Two arcing resin bonded paths which intersect at the park’s centre cut the park into four zones.
To the park’s south and eastern edges a low stone edge has been installed. This element continues the radial theme of the footpath and performs the function of a retaining structure and an informal seating edge.
Groups of trees are also located within the resin bonded areas outside of the parks boundary. The tree planting pits are topped with self binding gravel to allow moisture and water to gain access to the tree roots.