There are a few important things to take into consideration when on an initial location scout. The most obvious is you want your locations to match (as best they can) the brief that the director created and the mood he or she is after. Besides the overall look you need to also be thinking about the logistics of the location.
A good location scout for film will make your job easy and provide you with multiple options for each location.
It’s your job to review the locations, scope it out in person, and decide the best location for your budget and production needs.