The trade union for local authority chief executives and senior managers

Apr 18


ALACE rejects “very disappointing” pay offer

ALACE has rejected the offer of the Employers’ Side for staff covered by the Joint Negotiating Committee for Chief Executives of Local Authorities. The offer was made on 10 April and is for 1% for 2018-19 only, when the employers have agreed an increase for the generality of local government staff worth 2% a year for two years. Tracey Lee, Chair of ALACE, said  "Our claim made clear... Read More »

Jan 18



ALACE's Constitution recognises that members who have left employment with a local authority  may continue in membership. The retired membership rate is £50 for 2018. This provides access to all the information on the Association's website but a limited range of other benefits compared to ordinary membership. Generally, free consultancy support is not available. Paid-for support from an ALACE... Read More »

Jan 18



ALACE is delighted that Rob Tinlin, our chairman until he retired in the early part of 2017, has been honoured by Her Majesty the Queen in the New Year's Honours List. He has been made a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for services to local government in Essex. ALACE would also like to extend warm congratulations to serving members of the Association who have been... Read More »