Do it Here, Not There: Guide for the Selection of Land to Build Social Infrastructure
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The selection of the appropriate area for the location is one of the critical aspects that arise at the start of an infrastructure project and has implications throughout its life cycle. This selection has two successive and complementary approaches: a "macro" approach, where the general location is defined, that is, the area in which the building must be built to offer a specific social service and, a "micro" approach, which refers to the specific land selected within that selected area. This document is aimed at guiding social specialists and executing agencies to improve the land selection for the construction of social infrastructure.