This Seascape and Visual Assessment, which forms part of the Environmental Statement, considers the impact that the proposed offshore wind farm and associated offshore infrastructure will have on the existing landscape and seascape environment, the characteristic features of each environment and on the people who view it. The purpose of the assessment is to determine the magnitude and significance of any change to the character of the landscape / seascape area, as well as the potential impact upon views, visual amenity and receptor groups within the overall Zone of Theoretical Visibility (ZTV). The assessment defines the existing seascape and visual baseline environment and assesses their quality and sensitivity to change. It describes the nature of the anticipated change upon each and assesses the magnitude and significance of the changes during the construction, operational and decommissioning stages. The assessment also identifies any integral mitigation measures to assist with reducing effects upon particularly sensitive receptor groups and seascape environments. The seascape and visual assessment technical report is accompanied by photomontages and maps showing the potential impacts on the adjacent coastline views as a result of the construction of the proposed Lincs Offshore Wind Farm.