RE: Which Executive decisions can be Called In and which can't?
At Blackpool, Officer key decisions considered urgent are also exempt from being called in - unless the Chairman or Vice-Chairman of the Scrutiny Management Committee decides upon notification of the decision that it isn't urgent, and it hadn't been implemented by that time. In such circumstances it could still be called-in. This is a bit of a technical mouthful I know and in practice I've never known it happen.
We also have something of an anomaly at present whereby Development Control decisions can be called in, although our Constitution is likely to be changed shortly to prevent that happening. Again, I've never come across an example of this actually taking place.