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  • Part time
  • Permanent position
  • 30am-3.00pm Mon-Fri
  • Immediate start required
  • Salary £10.00 per hour
  • Beeston Town Centre
  • Highly regarded surveying firm


  • Typing Letters/emails
  • Producing Reports
  • Invoicing
  • Answering Telephones

Ideal Candidate

  • Experience of secretarial/administrative work in a property professional environment
  • Dynamic and enthusiastic individual
  • Able to work as part of a team and on their own
  • Organised
  • Confident with excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Conduct themselves in a professional manner

Required Skills and Expertise

  • Communication skills.
  • Teamwork
  • Telephone Manner
  • Typing
  • Audio Typing
  • Competent in Office 365



Musson Liggins have bought a new office building after reporting our most successful three months in more than 30 years.

In July ML moved into Brigade House in Beeston, after previously leasing premises in Clarendon Street, Nottingham.

Our new home is a restored Grade II-listed building in Albion Street, in the Beeston town centre. The 2,872 sqft, two-storey converted Victorian mill is the former home of Nottinghamshire Boys’ Brigade.

David Bladen, one of Musson Liggins’ three directors alongside Graham Parkinson and Matthew Wade, said: “The pandemic has been hard, and we really had to dig deep to keep things going.

“But thanks to the hard work of the whole team, we have bounced back over the past few months and have seen record figures. It’s quite incredible, given how devastating to our business the pandemic might have been.”

The decision to move into the Grade II-listed premises in Beeston was the result of many years of planning.

“We have always had aspirations to buy our own office and that dream is now a reality. It’s amazing really, that everything has all fallen into place so well after such a challenging year, we are very proud of what we have achieved.”

Huge congratulations to Jack Farrell MRICS who last week passed his APC and is now a fully qualified Chartered Surveyor!

Jack has worked extremely hard to become qualified and will continue to be a valued part of the Musson Liggins team.

Well done Jack!


When somebody dies, one of the most important things an Executor needs to do is find out what the Deceased’s assets are worth. When an Executor deals with HMRC the asset values should be as accurate as possible.

A valuation for the purposes of grant of Probate is required to be carried out in accordance with in Section 160 of the Inheritance Tax Act 1984.

At Musson Liggins we aim to provide a simple, swift and reasonably priced service at what is a difficult time.

Please contact our office to discuss on 0115 9415241 or email

At Musson Liggins, we have a wealth of experience in providing valuations for Pension Schemes. Our aim is to make the process easy for everyone involved.

This may be an update valuation or a valuation to assist with the purchase or sale of a property in/out of a Pension Scheme (this is usually a requirement).

We also provide a Rent Review and Lease Renewal service whereby we can negotiate the terms on behalf of the Pension Scheme and produce a formal report for the Trustees.

Please contact our team if you have any questions or require a quote on 0115 941 5241 or email

Matthew Wade, Director of Musson Liggins, has completed on the sale of Teal Close, Netherfield.

The 21,627 square foot unit sold during lockdown off an asking price of £1.5m.

“Our clients are delighted with the outcome given the difficult circumstances in the economy” Matthew Wade

Musson Liggins have been appointed by a Loss Adjuster to assess the potential loss in value of a residential property due to a fire.

The Loss Adjuster wanted to understand the value of the plot to see if the loss could be minimized by selling the plot rather than paying out for a replacement dwelling.

Another interesting matter successfully dealt with by ML.

Musson Liggins have completed advice to Clients in order to assess a potentially fraudulent loss relating to the sale of a plot land.

The land in question was sold by developers and was subsequently sold for over 5 x more two years later following a successful planning application for residential development.

The initial sale was not subject to planning and/or an overage provision despite the major planning application being in place on the date of the sale.

The initial sale was between connected parties and the original land owner went into administration 2 months later.

We advised the Clients that the site was sold at undervalue due to the lack of overage provision.

The case is likely to end up in Court following our investigative report.