Eddie and Malcolm Healey saw their wealth rise by £200m and are now valued at £2.2bn, largely due to the expanding Wren kitchen business, run by Malcolm, which is valued at £600m. They come in at 75th, down from 70th last year. Paul Sykes is 214th, down from 183 last year.
Eddie Healey and Paul Sykes converted a derelict site into what was Britain's largest shopping mall. In 1999 they sold Meadowhall for £1.17 billion.
The 76-page special edition of The Sunday Times Magazine reveals the wealth of the 250 richest people in Britain.
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The combined wealth of the 171 UK billionaires is £597.269bn, up £106.582bn, or 21.7 per cent, on the total wealth of the billionaires in last year’s Rich List.
Tony Murray, chairman of Elland-based fire protection business London Security plc, and his family topped the Rich List in Yorkshire. Their wealth for 2021 is valued at £2.3bn putting them 72nd, down from 60th last year.
The other Yorkshire names on this year’s Sunday Times Rich List are:
Sir Jim Ratcliffe (25th - down from 5th last year)
Robert Miller and Princess Marie-Chantal and family (82nd, down from 63 last year)
Will Adderley and family (92nd - up from 99th last year)
Lord Kirkham and family (152nd - down from 132nd last year)
David Ross (232nd - down from 219 last year)
William Morrison and Eleanor Kernighan and family (242nd - down from 228th last year)