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Area Guide Hayatabad Phase 1, Peshawar

Hayatabad Phase 1 is the phase inside Hayatabad. Hayatabad is a modern suburb on the south-western fringe of Peshawar, the capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province (KPK), Pakistan. It was named after Hayat Sherpao, the first Pakistan Peoples Party the late Governor of KPK. It is close to the Khyber Agency which leads to Khyber Pass, a prominent route through the Hindu Kush mountains to Landi Kotal, the highest point of the pass, and the Afghan border. It is located on Jamrud Road, in the west of Peshawar. The last town from the eastern side and the first from the western side of Peshawar. Hayatabad developed as a residential area in Peshawar in the late 1970s. Primarily known to be used for residential purposes, but it is also been used by various industries comprising "industrial estate". It has been divided into seven phases while each phase consists of sectors. The town can be accessed via three routes from Jamrud Road and one from the Ring road. A fifth route has also been there but it was sealed for security reasons arising from War on Terror, due to its boundary with the tribal area. Peshawar Development Authority (PDA) is responsible for the maintenance and development of the townships.

 It is located on Jamrud Road, in the west of Peshawar. The last town from the eastern side and the first from the western side of Peshawar.

 Hayatabad developed as a residential area in Peshawar in the late 1970s. Primarily known to be used for residential purposes, but it is also been used by various industries comprising "industrial estate". It has been divided into seven phases while each phase consists of sectors. The town can be accessed via three routes from Jamrud Road and one from the Ring road. A fifth route has also been there but it was sealed for security reasons arising from War on Terror, due to its boundary with the tribal area.

 The communities of Hayatabad form a diverse spectrum ranging from locals settled for generations to expatriates on temporary assignments belonging to different ethnicities and cultural backgrounds. Owing to its proximity to Peshawar and the adjoined Industrial Estate, Pashtuns from the dominant majority of residents of Hayatabad. These Pashtuns are primarily ethnic residents of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province and most merchants hailing from Afghanistan. There are smaller communities of Hindkowan (Migrants to the ancient Peshawar City, predominantly traders) and other Afghan ethnic groups (Tajiks, Hazara, Uzbeks).

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