cater for a variety of uses
the size and scale of the space should complement existing public spaces and activities, as well as catering to any new users you wish to attract
recreational activities as well as public facilities, such as seating, water and drinking fountains, and public toilets, will encourage the use of public spaces
control access to service areas and rear parking areas that are not easily visible from public roads to restrict public entry
make sure there is a gap between shrubs and tree canopies to allow for clear visibility.