In Belgium, political decision-making powers are divided. Powers and responsibilities are allocated between the federal government, regions, communities and local governments. The federal government enjoys inter alia legal powers in defence, foreign affairs and justice. The regions and communities have powers in such fields as education, sports, public works and public housing. All levels of government, from federal level to local level, can use Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) for matters for which they are legally responsible. Furthermore, any proposed infrastructure project will be guided by federal and/or regional legislation. For example, in order to develop a PPP project in the city of Antwerp, which is located in the Flemish Region, one has to bear in mind both regional planning laws and federal public procurement law.