Sir Cliff Richard won his private case against the BBC in connection with covering a police raid in his house.
Supreme Court Judge Justice Mann awarded the initial £ 210,000 damages.
The BBC News Report on the raid in 2014, which was part of an investigation into childhood harassment, was a “serious invasion” of privacy.
Sir Cliff was never arrested or accused of accusations dating back to 1985.
The judge said the BBC would violate Sir Cliff’s privacy rights in “serious” and “sensational” ways.
He awarded Sir Cliff a damages of $ 190,000, and another £ 20,000 in worsened compensation after the BBC presented his awards.
Sir Cliff Richard has been awarded 'substantial damages' after a judge ruled the BBC had infringed his privacy rights without justification
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The BBC must pay 65% of the GBP 190,000 and the southeastern Yorkshire police that carried out the raid, 35%.
The judge declined the BBC case that his reporting was justified by freedom of speech and the press.
Sir Cliff said he decided, “It’s an amazing message.”
Fans at the High Court in London sang the singer’s hit Congratulations when the verdict was pronounced.
A 77-year-old singer filed a lawsuit against the BBC for a police attack on Southeast Yorkshire in his home in Sunningdale, Berkshire, in August 2014.
The officers investigated charges from a man who claimed to have been sexually attacked by Sir Cliff at the events at Bramall Lane in Sheffield United in 1985 when he was a child.
The South Yorkshire Police had previously agreed to pay Sir Cliff 400,000 pounds after he had paid the claim he had filed against the force.