On the south side is a roundabout with a sculpture that looks like the logo of a mid-range saloon car, or a pretzel, or something that comes out of your washing machine when you try to fix it.
From here the north bank is Chelsea roads and lanes. On the south bank it's all new development, spiffy waterside steel'n'glass blocks with upmarket bars and 'convenience outlets', which means shops, only more expensive. There's a promenade that you're not supposed to cycle along. It eventually ejects you into the streets and lanes going up to Battersea Bridge, about a mile away.