(CBS19 NEWS) -- An online survey wants to see if there is a need for a place where people can safely telework when they can’t necessarily do it from home.

The Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission is working with the University of Virginia and the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission to conduct the survey.

According to a release, national research firm Global Workplace Analytics estimates that between 25 and 30 percent of the workforce will be working from home multiple days a week by the end of 2021.

However, teleworking can present challenges including distracting environments, unreliable Internet access, and the lack of ergonomic equipment or furniture.

Depending on the results of this survey, a Coworking Space could be located in the Fishersville area.

The survey wants to ascertain the demand for such a space that will include access to major area highways and Interstate 64, private secured offices or shared work areas, reliable high-speed Internet access, communal office amenities, and free onsite parking.

The survey will be available through Feb. 22. To fill it out, click here.