|List of 1,000 UK residents, ranked in order of net worth|
|Publication||The Sunday Times|
|Latest publication||May 20, 2022|
|Current list details (2021)|
|Net worth (1st)||£23.0 billion|
|Sunday TimesRich List website|
The Sunday Times Rich List is a list of the 1,000 wealthiest people or families resident in the United Kingdom ranked by net wealth. The list is updated annually in April and published as a magazine supplement by British national Sunday newspaper The Sunday Times since 1989. The editorial decisions governing the compilation of the Rich List are published in the newspaper and online as its "Rules of engagement". 
The Rich List is not limited to British citizens and it includes individuals and families born overseas but who predominantly work and/or live in Britain. This excludes some individuals with prominent financial assets in Britain.
The editors estimate subjects' wealth from a range of public information, based on values in January each year. They typically explain their actions by stating: "We measure identifiable wealth, whether land, property, racehorses, art or significant shares in publicly quoted companies. We exclude bank accounts—to which we have no access... We try to give due consideration to liabilities."
The 2015 list marked the first year Queen Elizabeth II was not among the list's top 300 most wealthy since the list began in 1989.  She was number one on the inaugural Sunday Times Rich List 1989 . 
The most recent list was published online on 20 May 2022. 
The Sunday Times Tax List was inaugurated on 27 January 2019 in the Sunday Times Magazine, using data collected for the Rich List and edited by Robert Watts.  
Since 2005, as part of the Rich List, The Sunday Times has produced an annual Giving List, which tracks the most generous philanthropists in the UK as a proportion of their wealth. In 2018, it was reported that, of the 300 philanthropists listed in the Giving List, a total of £3.207 billion was given away. 
Jamie Cooper, the former wife of hedge fund manager Sir Christopher Anthony Hohn, was ranked in first place with a giving index of 88.89%, which amounted to donations in 2018 of £299.6 million. 
A fuller version of the Rich List is also published in a reference book edition, edited by Philip Beresford. This list covers the top 5,000 richest people, rather than the top 1,000, and includes their business addresses:
Sir James Dyson is a British inventor, industrial designer, farmer, and billionaire entrepreneur who founded Dyson Ltd. He is best known as the inventor of the dual cyclone bagless vacuum cleaner, which works on the principle of cyclonic separation. According to the Sunday Times Rich List 2022, he is the second richest person in the UK with an estimated net worth of £23 billion.
Lakshmi Niwas Mittal is an Indian steel magnate, based in the United Kingdom. He is the Executive Chairman of ArcelorMittal, the world's second largest steelmaking company, as well as chairman of stainless steel manufacturer Aperam. Mittal owns 38% of ArcelorMittal and holds a 3% stake in EFL Championship side Queens Park Rangers.
David Reuben and Simon Reuben are Indian-born British businessmen. In May 2020, they were named as the second richest family in the UK by the Sunday Times Rich List with a net worth of £16 billion.
Sir James Arthur Ratcliffe is a British billionaire, chemical engineer and businessman. Ratcliffe is the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of the INEOS chemicals group, which he founded in 1998 and of which he still owns two-thirds. The company is estimated to have had a turnover of $65 billion in 2021. He does not have a high public profile, and was once described by The Sunday Times as "publicity shy". In May 2018, Ratcliffe was the richest person in the UK, with a net worth of £21.05 billion. As of April 2020, Bloomberg Billionaires Index estimated his net worth at $28.2 billion, 55th richest in the world and second in the UK. In September 2020, Ratcliffe officially changed his tax residence from Hampshire to Monaco, a move that it is estimated will save him £4 billion in tax.
The Sunday Times Rich List 2007 was published on 29 April 2007. The online edition was published on 30 April 2007.
The Sunday Times Rich List 2005 was published in April 2005.
The Sunday Times Rich List 2008 was published on 27 April 2008.
The Financial Review Rich List, formerly known as the BRW Rich 200, is a list of Australia's two hundred wealthiest individuals and families, ranked by personal net worth published annually in The Australian Financial Review Magazine, a supplement of The Australian Financial Review, published by Nine Publishing. The list provides a short summary on some of the known business activities of the individuals and families, together with commentary on how their ranking has changed from the previous year, if listed.
The Sunday Times Rich List 2009 was published on 26 April 2009.
The Sunday Times Rich List 2010 was published on 25 April 2010.
The Sunday Times Rich List 2011 is the 23rd annual survey of the wealthiest people in the United Kingdom, published by The Sunday Times on 8 May 2011. Since its earliest inception, the Rich List has been widely previewed in the UK media and extensively covered on the day of publication.
Srichand Parmanand Hinduja is an Indian-born British billionaire businessman, investor, and philanthropist. He is the primary shareholder and chairman of Hinduja Group of companies. As of May 2020, together with his brother Gopichand he is the UK's richest man. Since the 1990s, he has been consistently ranked among the UK and Asia's wealthiest people. In 2022, Hinduja topped the Sunday Times Rich List with an estimated wealth of £28.472 billion sterling. Based on the rich list compiled by Asian Media & Marketing Group, Hinduja's wealth is estimated at £25.2 billion (US$31.7 billion). The Forbes List in March 2019 ranked him and his brother Gopichand as the world's 65th richest billionaire family with an estimated wealth of $16.9 billion.
The Sunday Times Rich List 2015 is the 27th annual survey of the wealthiest people resident in the United Kingdom, published by The Sunday Times on 26 April 2015.
Hugh Richard Louis Grosvenor, 7th Duke of Westminster, styled as Earl Grosvenor until August 2016, is a British aristocrat, billionaire, businessman, and owner of Grosvenor Group. He became Duke of Westminster on 9 August 2016, on the death of his father Gerald, 6th Duke of Westminster.
The Sunday Times Rich List 2017 is the 29th annual survey of the wealthiest people resident in the United Kingdom, published by The Sunday Times on 7 May 2017.
The Sunday Times Rich List 2019 is the 31st annual survey of the wealthiest people resident in the United Kingdom, published by The Sunday Times on 12 May 2019.
The Sunday Times Rich List 2020 is the 32nd annual survey of the wealthiest people resident in the United Kingdom, published by The Sunday Times on 17 May 2020.
The Sunday Times Rich List 2021 is the 33rd annual survey of the wealthiest people resident in the United Kingdom, published by The Sunday Times online on 21 May 2021.
The Sunday Times Rich List 2022 is the 34th annual survey of the wealthiest people resident in the United Kingdom, published by The Sunday Times online on 20 May 2022 and in print on 22 May 2022.