As seen since March of 2023, both protesters and posters continue to object the accommodation of single male asylum seekers. RAF Scampton base Lincolnshire, former home of the Dambuster 617 Squadron, has been identified as a suitable space to house 2000 people. This loses the formerly proposed £300 million investment into protecting, preserving and enhancing the site. Although challengers may perceive they are acting rationally by aiming to defend their community, heritage and history, the rational decision when taking an economic perspective is largely different. The government ensures the site will be self-sufficient, minimising the impact on local communities and services, putting residents at ease. The introduction of the asylum will see job opportunities and investment increase in the area, as well as the asylum seekers themselves contributing to the UK economy. A larger available workforce is able to boost productivity, increase tax revenue, local wages, and GDP. This information is readily available to the public, once looked for in the correct places, yet protest continues to occur. Benefits of housing asylum seekers should be pushed further by the government, introduced into education or order to fix the asymmetry of information which causes irrational behaviour such as this to occur.