"I have a chance to voice my opinions and feelings on what is going on in the area I live in. As the next generation I don’t want the same thing to happen to me that has already happened to the people in the area now. With this project the community can have a voice.” Anna, 14, design team member
"I have lived in Anfield for about twenty years. I feel truly privileged to have been welcomed into Anfield and have met so many lovely people here. This is a great place to live with so much potential. "
"You can't be that kind of architect with a big ego who shows up in a black polo-neck and tells everyone what is going to happen – and insists that they know best."
"Housing is the battlefield for our time, and the house is it's monument"
"I've moved around a lot since the age of twenty, living in different places, and the older I get, the more the question of place and belonging bothers me. Sometimes you live in a place and yet you don't feel that sense of belonging."
"Living well means having a safe place to live, people around me who love me and enough food and money to be able to do the things I like to do. And to actually give something back – to have the time and energy to do that."
"It would be so good to have a cafe and bakery here, somewhere you can sit, grab a cup of tea whilst you sit with your laptop. It may not seem like anything amazing, but if we manage it, it would be something Anfield could be proud of."
"If we manage to do this as a collective- and we will - it will be a very very positive example for everyone in Anfield."
"Living well is being happy and having your family and friends around you and being safe and secure in the area that you live in. It's that simple."
"Living well means having a community and people around you that you know. I have lived in my street the longest and there aren't many left of us now. A part of the community has gone although there are still a couple of people I know I can go to if I need help. "
"I really hope that people get out of it what I have – which is the realisation that there are things that I can do and there are things that I can change if I put in a little bit of effort first"
"When I'm in that queue to buy a loaf of bread, I'll know where it all started from and the journey that the bakery took to get to where it is."