A catch up with Norma Broadbridge
“It takes me about an hour to buy a loaf of bread. Five minutes to buy the loaf of bread and the rest of the hour to talk to people.”
Matt Mears: Temple Cycles
"It's more ‘Bristol-ey’ than other business parks"
"The building is going to have a huge impact on how the group evolves."
"The building is lovely...the students, without a doubt, are happier."
Nikita: MBA student
"I came down at 3am with a coffee and met the security guard. He gave me some biscuits."
"The building represents that we’re here to deliver."
Rachel Husband: The Rose Shed
"Because I work and live here, I get the opportunity to see people all day."
Andy King: Wessex Archaeology
"It's a healthy place to be; instead of car fumes you get bird songs and clean air."
José Valdebenito Chávez
"Sometimes you make an association with work - if the environment is bad, you probably won’t be that keen on going, right? But in this case, you just enjoy being in the building."
Charlotte King: The Martin Parr Foundation
"It reminds me of a cross between the The Sims and the Truman Show."
Scott Bartlett: community manager
"People might have friends from all across town because they’re part of this one school."
Mike Tate: headteacher
"When visitors arrive and see everything we’ve got, it's a 'wow' moment."