This paper presents the result of research that reflects participatory development between government and local social movement to increase security for the low-income communities in Bandung Barat district by improving public service delivery on The Housing Estate Development Program on Lembang sub-district, at Suntenjaya Village. This research used a descriptive method and qualitative approach. Data was obtained not only from literature study, but also field studies in the form of non-participant observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation. Triangulation techniques serve as a source of data validity checking in the study; then the data is reduced, presented, and concluded. The background of this research came from Suntenjaya Village that succeeds in implementing the housing estate development program for low-income communities. Previously, that village had 41 uninhabitable houses. Afterward their houses became a pattern for this program. Actually, the program does not provide full aid; it only provides a stimulus for the people in the region affected by the program. It is expected that the program could ignite a sense of awareness of coming and working together by helping to repair the uninhabitable houses in the region, regarding finance and the rough. With regard to this, the Suntenjaya village has managed to make it happen, both in terms of the implementation of policies and the positive impact that may be caused by by the implementation of the policy. Therefore, we are interested in studying the development of participatory between the government and the local social movement on this phenomenon.


The authors are affiliated to the Public Administration Department, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas, Padjadjaran, Bandung, Indonesia.