Part 4 - Call-in procedure rules

Below are the call-in procedure rules.

A decision may only be called-in if one or more of the following conditions are satisfied:

3.1         The decision would conflict in whole or in part with any existing policy that has been formally approved or adopted by the Council;

3.2         The decision would not be wholly in accordance with the Council’s budget;

3.3         In making the decision, the Cabinet, the Leader of the Council or a Cabinet Member or Officer under delegated powers took account of an irrelevant matter or failed to take account of a relevant matter, which in the opinion of the Chief Executive, had (or would have had) a significant bearing on that decision;

3.4       The Cabinet, the Leader of the Council or a Cabinet Member or Officer under delegated powers acted contrary to the Cabinet Procedure Rules, the Access to Information about the County Council’s Formal Business and/or the principles of decision making set out in Part 2, Article 7.02 of the Constitution.

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