The writing of a social document is first based on collecting data, which enables the characterization of the relevant populations and identify the groups and stakeholders.
Writing a social document and program, including the following steps
Studying and collecting existing background material, based on current and accessible relevant data systems located at the clients, Central Bureau of Statistics, planning authorities, ministries, municipalities, and local authorities, published articles on the relevant subjects, etc. Information about population size, demographic characteristics, job characteristics, income, education, and socioeconomic status.
Meeting municipal and government agencies, such as the formal and informal education systems, welfare and health services, and community administration to collect data and locate local officials and leaders. These meetings also make it possible to obtain information about the selected population.
Analyzing the findings and examination of the social groups and their special needs. Characterization of the community life and the social relations in it.
Establishing a program for the buildings and public spaces in accordance with the architectural plans for the number of housing units and authorities' policies.
Ahdut neighborhood, Petah Tikva outline plan
an urban renewal plan for the neighborhood, commissions by the Urban Renewal Administration. The Ahdut site includes the Ahdut neighborhood, Mapam neighborhood, and parts of the Mahane Yehuda, Shaariya, and Kfar Ganim B neighborhoods. The site has an area of 866 dunam (214 acres) and a population of 17,500. The project included social consulting, program, and public participation.
Zur Baher-Umm Lissan- Umm Tuba Master Plan
a plan commissioned by the Jerusalem Municipality. The site has an area of 4,787 dunam (1,144 acres) and a population of 16,878. The project included social consulting, program, and public participation.
Talpiot-Arnona Master Plan
a plan commissioned by the Jerusalem Municipality. The site has an area of 521 dunam (130 acres) and a population of 8,000. The project included social consulting, program, and public participation.
Rahat South Detailed Plan
the plan includes sites 9, 10, 12, 13, and 14, with a total area of 3,720 dunam (940 acres) and a population of 800. The project included social consulting, learning the needs of the residents, and including them in settlement solutions.