When considering the role if place in your research, ask:
These are all ways in which place will inform your research findings. These can be worked into your methodology; for example, when conducting walking interviews, questions about the landscape can be incorporated into the interview, and that context may bring out particular kinds of responses from your research participants.
When you are considering the locations within a fieldsite to conduct interviews, you will want to consider various issues including:
Anderson, J., Adey, P., and Bevan, P. 2010 Positioning place: polylogic approaches to research methodology. Qualitative Research, 10(5), pp.589-604.
Gieseking, J., Mangold, W., Katz, C., Low, S., and Saegert, S., eds. 2014. The People, Place, and Space Reader. London: Routledge.
Kusenbacj, Margarethe, 2003, Street Phenomenology: The go-along as ethnographic research tool. Ethnography, 4(3), pp. 455-485.