Charlotte King: The Martin Parr Foundation
"It reminds me of a cross between the The Sims and the Truman Show."
Laura and Harry: a family affair
"It makes for an interesting test of how you manage your social boundaries."
Michael Blewitt: one of our own
"People tend to buy these houses because they’re friendly, liberal and open-minded."
Rachel Husband: The Rose Shed
"Because I work and live here, I get the opportunity to see people all day."
Jody Thomas: Digital Fire
"I want a massive head carved out of polystyrene."
Matthew Mew: Huxlo
"I never thought I'd be making an entire department’s furniture for my first gig, it almost killed me."
Tom: Knowle West Media Centre
"People come in and say 'Oh you're the furniture guys, can you help us with this?'"
Matt Mears: Temple Cycles
"It's more ‘Bristol-ey’ than other business parks"
Glen and Anderson: Green Keratin
"People meet every Thursday for coffee and that's how we met our accountants, solicitors and recycling suppliers."
Paula White: Bloq Management
"I like how it is a dog-friendly environment and I can bring my child in."
Andy King: Wessex Archaeology
"It's a healthy place to be; instead of car fumes you get bird songs and clean air."
Pete: Artisan Dental Studio
"The business is more associated with craft rather than actual dentistry,"
Tony: Think Image
"With the cedar wood and solar panels it doesn't look like an industrial estate."
Scott Gorvett: teacher, parent and founder of UK Premier Leagues
"One guy's lost three stone since he started playing; it’s changed his life."
Mike Tate: headteacher
"When visitors arrive and see everything we’ve got, it's a 'wow' moment."