Indian-origin brothers dominate the annual rich list of Britain's wealthiest, with the Hinduja brothers ranked at No. 1with a fortune of £22 billion followed by Mumbai-born Reuben brothers in second place with £18.66 billion.
British citizens Sri, 83, and Gopi, 79, who are based in London, are two of the four brothers controlling the empire.
Among the properties they own is the Old War Office in Whitehall, which they hope to reopen as a luxury hotel.
This year, another pair of siblings, David and Simon Reuben, came in second. The Mumbai-born siblings snapped up a range of lucrative properties in London over the a year ago, including affluent Mayfair's £300m Burlington Arcade and Shoreditch's Curtain hotel.
While her fortune remained the same as previous year, she slipped down the ranking from joint 344th. The renowned steel magnate suffered losses to the tune of 3.99 billion pounds during 2018, which caused his fortunes to take a hit. His net worth dropped by 2.9 billion pounds since a year ago, the paper says.
Green's fortune fell to £950m this year.
Soviet-born businessman Sir Len Blavatnik was fourth-wealthiest, with a fortune put at £14.8bn.The inventor Sir James Dyson was the biggest victor in the list.
Sir Jim Radcliffe, who topped last year's list, came in third this time around.
The list, which estimates the 1,000 richest people in the United Kingdom, is based on identifiable wealth including land, property, other assets such as art, and shares in companies, according to the Sunday Times. It does not include the amount contained in people's bank accounts.
The Sunday Times said that after a year of turmoil on the stock market, the super-rich now feared the prospect of the main opposition Labour Party coming to power and forming a hard-left government. Britain's Queen Elizabeth is in 356th place on the list with a fortune estimated at 481 million dollars, unchanged compared with the previous year.
One of the wealthiest women on the list is Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling, who has a fortune of 975 million dollars.