BTP Limited (Blondel Touzeau Partnership) was formed by two Chartered Surveyors, Daniel Blondel and Philip Touzeau.

Daniel and Philip have a combined experience of over 20 years working within the construction and property industries.


Philip Touzeau BSc (Hons) MRICS

Philip was born and educated in Guernsey prior to attending the University of Reading where he gained his BSc (Hons) in Building Surveying.

Philip returned to Guernsey where he worked for a local surveying firm for eight years. During this time he qualified as a Chartered Surveyor and gained a wealth of experience. Following this Philip formed BTP Limited with fellow director Daniel.

Philip undertakes a wide range of building surveying and project management services for both residential and commercial clients.

Services include; Building Surveys, Valuations, RICS HomeBuyer Reports, Dilapidation Services, Project Management, Contract Administration and technical advice on building defects.

Philip is a keen cyclist and has represented Guernsey on a number of occasions, most notably in the 2013 Bermuda Island Games where he won a gold and silver medal as part of the men’s cycling road team.

Daniel Blondel BSc (Hons) MRICS

Daniel was born and educated in Guernsey. He worked for a well-regarded local firm of Surveyors and Architects for 15 years before forming BTP Limited with Philip.

Daniel worked as an Architectural Technician for six years after leaving school and during this process he obtained a HNC in Building Studies and then a First Class Degree in Architectural Technology.

Daniel later re-trained as a Surveyor and obtained a Post-Graduate Diploma in Surveying, before qualifying as a Chartered Surveyor through the RICS APC process.

Daniel has a broad range of skills has worked with various commercial clients and private individuals. His skills and knowledge base in both Architecture and Surveying mean that he is able to offer clients of BTP Limited a variety of services.

Outside of work Daniel is a keen cyclist. He also enjoys sailing, socialising and DIY projects.