Located towards the north-eastern part of the city, Beeramguda is part of the Patancheru mandal. The village of Beeramguda is rapidly developing into a suburb that promises to offer respite from the overpopulated localities of central Hyderabad. Since it is a part of the Patancheru mandal, this locality is still officially considered to be one of the 23 village-panchayats falling under this division. However, due to extensive industrial presence in surrounding areas, the locality of Beeramguda has become a suburb with a host of amenities.
Having primarily developed into a residential suburb, in recent times, Beeramguda has seen a number of villas and independent houses pop up. The residents in Beeramguda have rejected the notion of living in apartments, and because of the relatively well-priced land value, prefer to live in independent houses. The area is in proximity to the industrial layout of Bharat Heavy Electronics Ltd (BHEL) as well as the BHEL Township. It is also nearby to the National Highway (NH) 9, which is the road that connects Hyderabad to various cities in Maharashtra.
This area is also home to the famous Shiva temple, which is often visited by thousands during important festive times. Beeramguda is placed strategically in the newly developing parts of the city, and is close by to Kukatpally, Gachibowli, and Madhapur, which are known IT hubs. In essence, Beeramguda is an aptly situated residential suburb located between industrial areas and IT hubs. Additionally, this locality has also seen a number of housing projects that have been conceived in recent times.
Connectivity and Transit Points
Beeramguda is well connected by roadways and railways. Residents can use the APSRTC bus services, which can be accessed at regularly placed bus stands. Due to the area’s proximity to BHEL and Patancheru, commuters can rest assured knowing that there are a number of frequent buses that help in transportation to and from Beeramguda. Residents can easily access the Beeramguda bus stand, located on the NH 9. Following the NH 9, one can reach the Outer Ring Road (ORR), from where the airport can be quickly reached within an hour or so. The distance between Beeramguda and the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) is approximately 40 km.
Those looking at a convenient and comfortable way of intra-city travel can also avail cabs. For those looking to make longer journeys using the Indian railways, the Chanda Nagar railway station happens to be 6 km away from Beeramguda. The upcoming Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR) plans to layout a station at Miyapur, which lies within close distance to Beeramguda. Residents can also look forward to the Inter City Bus Terminal (ICBT), which is also soon-to-be-established in Miyapur. Residents looking for a convenient method of long-distance, intra-city transport will find that the Lingampally MMTS station is situated just 5 km away.
â— Beeramguda Bus Stand
â— Tekkispace Software Solutions
â— Rainbow International School
â— Shiva Temple
â— MeeSeva Centre
â— Zilla Parishad High School
Factors for Growth in the Past
Being in proximity to heavily industrialised areas, Beeramguda has played host to the rapid proliferation of urbanisation. This village belonging to the Patancheru mandal cannot really be called a village anymore because of its transformation into a suburb. People working in the nearby IT hubs of Gachibowli and Madhapur as well as those working in the industrial areas of BHEL and Patancheru prefers to stay at Beeramguda. The locality also offers numerous plots for people who prefer to construct their own independent homes.
Due to the lack of space in the commercial and central parts of the city, people often end up buying or renting out apartments. But in an area like Beeramguda, where empty land is easily available, people are often able to buy independent houses and villas for the price of an apartment located in the far more expensive areas of Gachibowli or Madhapur. A number of premium, international schools have also been established in and around the area, which has further helped in the residential growth.
Residential & Commercial Market Trends
Residential Market Trends
Though several housing projects exist that offer apartments for sale, many prospective buyers end up preferring pre-constructed independent villas or empty plots of land. For this reason, a large number of housing colonies that sell plots are present. The current rate for a plot in Beeramguda is anywhere between Rs 3,000 to Rs 6,000 per square yard. A number of housing projects in Beeramguda have been established, which have divided a large expanse of land into well-laid out, independent plots.
For those looking to immediately shift into an independent home, a number of housing colonies that offer the same have set up base in Beeramguda. Fully constructed 2 BHK and 3 BHK in Beeramguda are available in the range of Rs 20,000-40,000 per square yard, depending upon the grandeur of the finished house. Apartments, which are available as well, can be bought for around Rs 2,000-3,000 per sq.ft. If renting an apartment is the more suitable choice, then one can obtain it for nominal rates of Rs 5-10 per sq.ft.
Commercial Market Trends
Primarily a residential suburb, Beeramguda stands witness to the rise of various commercial facilities. Commercial spaces for shopping complexes, hospitals, schools, and offices are also available. According to the latest trends, commercial space can be rented out for anywhere between Rs 15-30 per sq.ft.
Because of Beeramguda’s proximity to the heavily industrialised stretches of land in nearby BHEL and Patancheru, this locality is prone to the environmental pollution caused by nearby factories. The irregular development of this locality has also resulted in a depleted tree cover. This area, though quickly developing into a suburb, is still quite far from the major parts of the city. Thus, one may find that certain modern amenities can be obtained only by travelling to other, more-developed areas.
Factors for Growth in the Future
In the near future, Beeramguda can be more easily accessed with the help of the Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR), which plans to establish a Metro station in nearby Miyapur. The upcoming ICBT or Inter City Bus Terminal is another highlight which is to be located in Miyapur as well. With the planned construction of 200 bus bays that aim to accommodate nearly 1,000 buses, this terminal aims to be one of India’s best bus transport facilities. A number of international schools are also planned.