Sustainable drainage The new Derbyshire Street Pocket Park in Bethnal Green, London, incorporates sustainable urban drainage to better manage surface water run off, green-roof covered bike racks and bin stores, and bespoke planters that capture rainwater
Rain garden Bioswales as seen in the NACTO Urban Street Design Guide. Click image for full information & guide, and visit the Slow Ottawa 'Stormwater Solutions' board for more sustainable water management.
In contrast to the other water display method, this design encourages a multifunctional atmosphere. The lawn can be used by people while at the same time water can be infiltrated into the bioswale when precipitation occurs.
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