A research study is being conducted to determine if there is an appetite for a co-working space targeted at the tech, digital and creative sectors in the Vale of Usk region.

Those working in the tech, digital and creative industries, and management consultants, are being asked to give their views in a short survey about co-working experiences, preferred location and design specifications.

The research is being conducted by The Means on behalf of Monmouthshire County Council, Newport City Council and the Vale of Usk Local Action Group.

The study will determine the appetite for a suitable co-working space and is part of wider efforts to support the tech, digital and creative sectors, and create places where people feel connected and inspired.

The survey will explore whether there is a desire to create a shared creative working space, in one or more locations in the Vale of Usk region, and, if created, how these might lead to new opportunities for work-based collaborations.

The survey can be found at www.cowork.wales/ where, as well as sharing views about the possible co-working spaces, respondents can ask to be kept up to date on research and related opportunities.