The small claims limit remains at £10,000 for now and £1,000 for personal injury and housing disrepair. But the public should be aware that the government is always on the look out to change this, often because of the perceived pressure of rising motor insurance premiums. This UK Parliament website helps to stay in touch with the very earliest developments in change as the government reviews these limits periodically:
This site refers to the Justice Secretary, David Lidington’s plans to increase the limits in RTA and other personal injury cases to £5,000 and £2,000 respectively (although Brexit is putting a lot of things on the back-burner):
As regards the small claims limit generally The Civil Procedure Rule Committee can raise the small claims limit without the need for legislation, but the other changes do require an Act of Parliament and the plan is to bring them all in together.