Is Beeramguda good area?


Is Beeramguda good area?

Beeramguda is a very nice locality. It is very good place to live in for families, retired people and professionals. Having good transportation facilities to all places in Hyderabad through various transportation facilities and near by schools, markets and hospitals.

Is Beeramguda come under Hyderabad?

Beeramguda is a town located in Sangareddy district in Telangana….

Country India
State Telangana
District Sangareddy

What is the Mandal of Beeramguda?

Patancheru Mandal
Beeramguda is a small Village/hamlet in Patancheru Mandal in Medak District of Telangana State, India. It comes under Ameenpur Panchayath.

What is Beeramguda pincode?

502032Beeramguda / Zip code

Is Mallampet good for living?

Mallampet is a very good locality. It is very close to Kukatpally which is a big shopping hub and Mallampet is just 30 minutes distance from Hitech City and Mallampet is near to lot of good schools and colleges. Mallampet. It is nice locality to live and near by educational institutes and ORR near by 0.5 km from site.

Is Ameenpur a municipality?

Ameenpur is a satellite town of Hyderabad in Patancheru mandal of Sangareddy district in the Indian state of Telangana. The locality is famous for the scenic Ameenpur Lake….

Metro Hyderabad
• Type Municipality
• Body Ameenpur Municipality

Is Bachupally good for living?

Bachupally is a very good locality. It is a very nice and beautiful locality. All basic amenities like hospitals, schools, colleges, and markets are available nearby.

Is Bachupally developing area?

Bachupally was primarily a village but it is now developing at a rapid pace. It has emerged as a preferred residential and commercial destination of Telangana. The locality is in close proximity to areas of Nizampet, Bowrampet, Mallampet and Aminpur.

Is Mallamp a pollution?

Mallampet, Bachupally have high level of pollution in the ground water contributed due to the Pharma Industries near these villages. The pollution is so huge that many studies have informed that the water in these areas are not even consumable for daily activities (leave alone drinking!).