Hi, In Leeds our constitution states...
"The Call-In procedure set out above shall not apply:
- where the decision being taken is stated by the decision maker to be urgent"
( A decision may be declared urgent by the decision-maker if they consider that any delay in implementing the decision would seriously prejudice the authority's interest or the public interest.)
The reasons for a decision not being available for Call In must be made clear in any delegated decision report or Executive Board report
There is no right of appeal on this, althougth a scrutiny board may ask for the decision maker to explain in greater detail why the decision was exempt from Call In. To date this has not happened.
Hope this is helpful