Urban public spaces have been described as places of gathering for social, economic or cultural purposes. It derives its form from the local context, land use and heritage of the city. Earlier the streets , the chowks, the open green spaces people wants to go to shop, to walk, to interact, to meet, to play and even to see. Then the time came when the automobiles, buildings, traffic, crowd came changing the concept of spaces, the people and places were shunted aside. With time the quality of spaces washed away with the new inventions. The proportion of urban areas dedicated to streets, nodes and public spaces is a crucial feature of the spatial plans of cities. Indeed cities that have adequate street and public spaces and greater connectivity are more liveable and productive.