The owner of home furnishing retailer Dunelm has slipped down the Sunday Times Rich List while main discount store chains grow wealth.
According to the latest Sunday Times Rich List, which highlights the top 250 wealthiest people or families in the country, has indicated a £9m reduction in the wealth of Dunlem’s owner, Sir Will Adderley, who came in at 103rd position with assets totaling £1.78bn.
Other notable inclusions included IKEA’s Jonas and Mathias Kamprad, with assets of £1.63bn, down by £109m, in 111th, and DFS’ Lord Kirkham and family with assets of £1.14bn, representing no change in value in a position of 158th on the list.
As for discount stores, Home Bargains owner Tom Morris was the highest on the list at £5.127bn, growing by £766m on last year, in 37th place. B&M’s owners, Simon, Bobby and Robin Arora, totalled assets valuing £2.543bn, up £19m, and stood in 69th on the list, while Chris and Sarah Dawson, owners of The Range, had seen their assets rise £200m to a value of £2.25bn, ending up in 78th position.
Meanwhile, Mohamed Al Fayed and family, owner of department store retailer Harrods, saw a £1m reduction in wealth to £1.699bn, in 107th place, and Malcolm Healey and family, owner of kitchen retailer Wren, experiencing a £77m fall in assets to a value of £1.35bn, resulting in 130th position on the list.
View the full Sunday Times Rich List 2022 here.