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Projects Around Toopran Village
-PULLA REDDY engineering college was established at wargal
-Mega City Residential project - Toopran
-Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation Ltd. (APIIC)
-Abhyasa Residential Public School Toopran
- AP Tourism Guest Houses
- Nacharam Narsimha Swamy Temple
- Tata Coffee Limited
-Satyam spinning mills
-MLR Motors (225 Acres Project Toopran)
-Proposed MMTS Manoharabad Phase II
-Kakatiya Alloys Pvt. Ltd – First Company to receive Govt. Approval poultry litter-based power project Mahoharabad (38 Crore Project)
-Proposed IIT college kandi, Medak Road Connects with Regional Ring Road
anyhow this place is valuable for investors who are looking to appreciate in a five years time frame.CommentQuote0Flag
Some Facts found in map of Tupran
-NH 7 to Nizambad & Nagpur highway which deviates into two with Regional Ring Road attached forming triangular pattern will have a high value assets just by low rise buildings (lpz).
-According to the reports of Hmda by Census 2001 the population of this would be very low compare to other urban nodes.
-It is a known fact that shamshabad is restricted for residential developments & you may not find Residential or perry urban zones.
-Tupran is located in North & it is the central place from Sangareedi & Bibinagar
-According to HMDA planning they tend to develop Sangareedi & Bibinagar routes as first priority.
-Majority of the perry urban land is located near NH 7 Kompalli to Toopran
-If you understand the transport growth of the urban cities you can understand this well.
-Proposed passenger terminal at manoharabad which is again the sign of increase of population.
-Best way to grab deal would be buying Agriculture land instead of Buying HMDA approved layout.CommentQuote0Flag
- Hinduja Foundries to set up new foundry unit in Toopran, investing Rs 150 cr Hinduja Foundries Ltd, part of the diversified Hinduja Group, is setting up its fourth foundry unit in India at Toopran, Medak Dist of Andhra Pradesh. Coming up on a 60-acre site, the foundry will manufacture engine blocks and cylinder heads for Indian and foreign car manufacturers and support 30 per cent requirements for the CV and tractor segments. The foundation stone for the Rs 150 crore (30.79 million U.S. dollars) foundry unit was laid on 30th October in the presence of Ms J. Geetha Reddy, Minister for Major Industries, Government of Andhra Pradesh and other dignitaries. Hinduja Foundries Ltd will be setting up an Industrial Training Centre at Mukkireddipalle at an investment of Rs 7 crore, to train local youth. The project is expected to create direct employment opportunities for nearly 500 people and indirect employment for another 1000. According to V. Mahadevan, Managing Director of Hinduja Foundries, the Toopran unit would make the most sophisticated castings, engine blocks and cylinder heads at par with global standards. He added that the setting up of the new unit marked an important step in the growth of the country's automotive sector. The Rs.150-crore foundry, coming up in two phases, will have a total production capacity of 85,000 tonnes per annum (Phase I - 48,000 tonnes per annum & Phase II - 37,000 tonnes per annum). The first phase is expected to be completed by 2010-11. With the addition of the new foundry the total production capacity of Hinduja Foundries will become 2,25,000 tonnes per annum. Hinduja Foundries' three other units are located at Ennore & Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu and its Ductron Castings Unit at I.D.A., UPPAL near Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh.CommentQuote0Flag